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As we approach the close of this challenging year, we reflect on the positive aspects from a season of uncertainty. We are thankful for our partners and educators who are dedicated to supporting students through any challenges—there’s nobody we would rather be working with during these uncertain times
English language learners ages 11 to 15 take MET Go! to show their accomplishments in their studies. Here are some activities for teachers who are preparing students for the MET Go! Writing Section.
Whether you are considering studying abroad in the U.S. or at a university that is close to you, an English certification can be helpful. Universities often require proof of international students’ English proficiency levels.
Michigan Language Assessment is now accepting applications for research grants for 2021
Michigan Language Assessment is proud to announce the renaming of its Latin America Research Grant after Barbara Dobson. Barbara, a beloved colleague, retired in August of this year, bringing to a close a career in language assessment that spanned five decades.
Beginning this month, learners who take the Michigan Young Learners English tests (MYLE) will receive enhanced personalized feedback.
Teachers preparing students for the MET Go! Reading Section will benefit from using these study activities.
Michigan Language Assessment is working to support learners through the continued publication of new preparation resources and support materials for teachers and students.
How will you show that your English proficiency is progressing every year? Fortunately, Michigan Language Assessment offers a full suite of exams from beginning to advanced levels that learners can trust. Michigan Tests are backed by both Cambridge Assessment English and the University of Michigan, two leaders in the fields of education and language assessment.
Learners who take the 4-skill MET Go! exam study for the listening, reading, writing, and speaking sections. Here are some activities for teachers who are preparing students for the MET Go! Listening Section.
Taking an internationally certified exam, such as one of the Michigan Tests, is a great way to measure progress and ability. One of the reasons that the Michigan Tests are used in so many countries is because they are aligned to international standards, such as the CEFR.
The sample tests for the revised Examination for the Certificate of Competency in English (ECCE) and the Examination for the Certificate of Proficiency in English (ECPE) are now available.