For Test Takers
The Michigan English Test (MET) is an opportunity for university candidates and nursing/healthcare professionals to brighten their futures by certifying their English proficiency. It features a variety of exam options for test takers and can be taken from home or in-person at a Prometric or Michigan Authorized Test Center. Carefully read through the steps below before registering for your exam.
Read for a brief overview of the MET 2-skill and 4-skill, focusing on key features for test takers. Our 4-skill MET is the most popular as a complete assessment accepted for university admissions and professional licensure.
Read for more information on requesting test accommodations, retaking a section of the exam, and other exam-related procedures.
Read for everything you need to know prior to registering for the MET, including ID, payment, and other requirements.
General information about the MET
How much does the MET cost?
MET pricing varies by country. If you are taking MET at one of our Authorized Test Centers, consult them for pricing information. If you are taking MET remotely (or at a Prometric testing site), find your country in the list below and check the price for MET.
What does the test consist of?
How and where do I register for the MET?
How can I prepare for the MET?
- Digital Sample Test: Become familiar with the test format and item types before exam day.
- Sample Writing Section: Try our prompts and review sample responses. They contain scores with commentaries.
- Sample Speaking Section: Try our prompts and review examiner scripts. You can also view sample score reports with commentary. Watch a recorded MET Speaking performance.