Michigan English Test (MET)
The Michigan English Test (MET) is an examination for test takers who want to evaluate their general English language proficiency at A2-C1 level, as outlined by the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) in social, educational, and workplace contexts.
The MET is intended for adults and adolescents at or above a secondary level of education who want to measure their general English language proficiency in a variety of linguistic contexts. The MET can be used for educational purposes, such as when finishing an English language course, or for employment purposes, such as applying for a job or pursuing promotion that requires an English language qualification.
The MET is not an admissions test for students applying to universities and colleges in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. Those interested in such a test should consider the Michigan English Language Assessment Battery (MELAB).
The MET is a secure test and is administered only by authorized official examiners. The MET is awarded by the University of Michigan, one of the leading U.S. Universities in the field of linguistic research, with lengthy experience in establishing and developing a broad range of English language examinations.
The MET is officially recognized in Greece (levels B1, B2, and C1) by the state (ASEP/Supreme Council for Civil Personnel Selection) and the private sector as an A2-C1 level certification of English language competence.
It is also recognized in several countries and can be used for academic and professional purposes that require language competence certification of these levels.
- MET Format and Content
- MET Schedule, Fees & Registration Period
- Practical Information about the MET
- Registering for the MET
- Prepare for the University of Michigan Examinations and Get Help
- Taking the test
- Find out your MET Results and Receive your Certificate
- Academic support for Language School Owners and language teachers