Proficiency & Certification Tests

Michigan Language Assessment offers a complete range of secure English language tests to address the need to accurately gauge the proficiency of English language learners for every step of the language-learning journey. Our secure examinations are recognized by colleges and universities, education departments and ministries, professional organizations, businesses, and government agencies around the world.

Secure Tests

ECCE

The Examination for the Certificate of Competency in English (ECCE) is an upper-intermediate level exam that tests all four skills (listening, reading, writing, and speaking). Successful test takers receive an official certificate that is valid for life and is generally used for educational and occupational purposes.

ECPE

The Examination for the Certificate of Proficiency in English (ECPE) is an advanced level exam that tests all four skills (listening, reading, writing, and speaking). Successful test takers receive an official certificate that is valid for life and is generally used for educational and occupational purposes.

MET

The Michigan English Test (MET) is a multilevel test that includes listening and reading sections, with optional writing and speaking sections. Test takers receive a score report from their exam center. MET scores are used for educational and occupational purposes. It is offered approximately twenty times per year.

MET Go!

MET Go! is a new, multilevel test designed in full color specifically for learners aged 11–15. The MET Go! test includes reading, listening, and writing sections, with an optional speaking section. Every test taker will receive an official certificate and a score report. MET Go! is available for on-demand administration beginning in November 2018.

MYLE

The Michigan Young Learners English tests (MYLE) are a fun and motivating way to assess the English of young learners in the primary and middle grades. The tests—Bronze, Silver, and Gold—cover all four language skills (listening, reading, writing, and speaking). Test takers receive certificates that specify ability levels in each language skill.

The MELAB is no longer a part of the testing products offered by Michigan Language Assessment. If you represent an institution and would like Michigan Language Assessment to verify MELAB test results, submit a test result verification request.

 

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