Interested in learning more about the Michigan English Test?

Not all English level tests are the same. Trust your future to the Michigan English Language Test (MET), backed by the University of Michigan and Cambridge University Press & Assessment.

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How does MET support your application?

  • The Michigan English Test (MET) is a multi-level (A2-C1) English certification designed to meet the needs of students who wish to study in the U.S.
  • MET was developed in 2009 and continues to be modernized and adapted to meet the needs of test takers like you, as well as colleges and universities.
  • The 4-skill MET assesses Writing, Listening, Reading, and Speaking
  • You can take your MET at any authorized Michigan Language Assessment Test Center or at home
  • You will receive your results in 5 days or less.
  • Section retakes are allowed.

Where can MET take you?

Colleges and universities worldwide recognize MET for admissions, graduation requirements, scholarship application, and pathway programs. Apply to any one of our global network with your MET certification.

Accepting Institutions

Our list of recognizing institutions is growing. Make sure you explore our complete database to find out if your dream school accepts the MET. 

Why MET?

• MET was developed by Michigan Language Assessment at the University of Michigan, with the mission to help you achieve your education and career goals by providing trusted English language exams that draw on the expertise of two of the world’s leading universities.

​• MET is your companion on your journey, not only at test time, but beyond, to help you reach your goals.

• MET allows you to fulfill your aspirations and needs, giving you access to a variety of opportunities in the U.S. and beyond.

Register for the MET

• To take the MET from home, you will register through the Customer Portal

• To take the MET at an Authorized Test Center, contact the center directly.

MET Digital Sample Test

Take the sample test to experience the format and item types before exam day. The sample test features Writing, Listening, Reading, and Speaking sections.

Recognizing Organizations

The Michigan Tests are accepted as official proof of English language proficiency by schools, institutions, government agencies, and businesses around the world. Explore our database of recognizing organizations.

MET Digital FAQ

We divided our frequently asked questions into four sections: general information, test takers, teachers, and recognizing organizations.

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