Cambride Exam Information (Click Below):
- A1 Movers (YLE Movers)
- A2 Flyers (YLE Flyers)
- A2 Key for Schools (KET)
- B1 Preliminary for Schools (PET)
- B2 First for Schools (FCE)
- C1 Advanced (CAE)
- C2 Proficiency (CPE)
The Examination for the Certificate of Competency in English (ECCE)
The Examination for the Certificate of Proficiency in English (ECPE)
Who is it for
The MET exam technically assesses English proficiency over a number of levels (ranging from upper beginner to lower advanced), in practice it is intended for candidates with a secondary level of education who want to certify their general English language proficiency in social, educational, and workplace contexts. Accordingly, while the MET test (Michigan English Test) is frequently used by applicants for English immersion schools and by those applying for a job that requires a working knowledge of the English language.
Why should you take the MET exam
While the MET test is calibrated to certify applicants with English speaking abilities as diverse as A2 to C1 on the Common European Framework of Reference, in practice it emphasizes the intermediate level – B1 and B2 – levels of proficiency. The MET exam uses the conventions of American English. This means that the spelling, grammar, and pronunciation used throughout the exam will be of the American English style, resulting in a clear advantage for candidates who have studied and/or plan to use English in the United States.