The MET Digital Sample Test features all four skills (writing, listening, reading, and speaking) and offers test takers a chance to become familiar with the test format and item types. It’s available for anyone to take on a desktop or laptop computer using Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge. Because it is designed solely for practice and test preparation, the sample test is not automatically scored. However, an answer key and answer sheet for the listening and reading sections is available for download here

    System set up and test details

    When you click on the button below, you will see a login screen. You do not need a password; a special code will automatically appear on the screen. Next, you’ll want to complete a system check to ensure you can hear the test audio and video. After the login screen, you’ll watch a short video that shows you how to use the test interface. Now you’ll be ready to take the sample test.

    The test sections follow this order:

    • Writing
    • Listening
    • Reading
    • Speaking

    The full sample test takes about 90 minutes to complete. Make sure you have enough time set aside if you want to try all four sections of the test.

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