The Michigan English Test (MET) is a multilevel English proficiency exam for secondary school students and adults. Its certification is used for high-stakes decision-making in educational and professional settings. The MET is offered as a digital 4-skill exam or a shortened, digital- or paper 2-skill version.
MET Digital Registration
A computer-based version of the MET is available to test takers at Authorized Test Centers or at-home.
- Available almost anywhere in the world, any day of the year
- Enhanced security protocols
- Results typically within 5 days
- Secure platform for results sharing with accepting organizations
- Trusted, widely accepted certification
New MET Resources for Test Takers
MET Study Guide: a comprehensive guide with test section overviews, preparation tips, and a convenient MET Readiness Checklist. Download the guide here.
MET Registration and Scheduling Guide: detailed instructions for the registration and scheduling process to take MET from the comfort of your home. Learn about the check-in process and the essential equipment required on exam day. You can download the guide here.
Group Registration Center Program
Institutions interested in supporting the dreams of their students can enroll as Group Registration Centers. As part of this program, institutions can book groups of test takers and pay their registration fees for 2-skill MET (from home and at Prometric Test Centers) and 4-skill MET administered remotely from home. Learn about the benefits of this program for your institution and your test takers. Click to enroll.
Achieve a Respected International Certification
Test takers can confidently prove their English skills with a Michigan Language Assessment certification that is backed by the University of Michigan and Cambridge Assessment English.