The MET Go! provides information about the English language ability of secondary-school aged EFL learners, with scores linked to the internationally recognized CEFR. Results may also be used to demonstrate the level of English proficiency for young learners intending to participate in travel-abroad programs.
Typical Test Taker
The typical MET Go! test taker is 11 to 15 years old and at the middle to lower-secondary school level. The test is aimed at those with proficiency levels from beginner basic user (CEFR A1) to intermediate independent user (CEFR B1).
Each MET Go! test taker is awarded a personalized score report and an official certificate of achievement. All results are linked to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) to provide an internationally recognized level of ability.
The score report includes details about test-taker accomplishments, including a separate CEFR-linked score for each skill section taken. Each test taker will also receive personalized recommendations on the back of their score report with activities and other ways they can improve certain skills. (See a sample of a personalized recommendation for a 3-skills score report, as well as for a 4-skills score report.)
The MET Go! certificate is ideal for framing and displays the test taker’s name, date of test, sections taken, and the overall CEFR level achieved. The certificate also features the logos of both the University of Michigan and Cambridge Assessment English.