The Michigan English Test (MET) is a standardized high-beginner to low-advanced English as a foreign language (EFL) examination. The Michigan English Test (MET) is used to measure general English language proficiency in social, educational, and workplace contexts, and is recognized as official documentary evidence of English ability in several countries around the world.
The writing test has two tasks:
Task 1 : test takers are presented with three questions on a related theme. Test takers respond to each question with a series of sentences that connect ideas together.
Task 2: test takers are presented with a single prompt. Test takers respond by producing a short essay.
Grammar section (25 questions) followed by Reading section (50 questions). Multiple-choice questions with four options.
Grammar section :
tests takers read 1 to 2 sentences from which a word or phrase has been removed. Test takers are asked to complete the sentence by selecting the most appropriate word or phrase from four options.
each set of reading items is followed by 12 to 14 multiple-choice questions. One of two questions test comprehension across more than one reading section.
Part 1 (multiple choice)
Test takers hear a short conversation between two people. After each conversation, the test taker answers a question about it.
Part 2 (multiple choice)
Test takers hear a longer conversation between two people. After each conversation, the test taker answers some questions about it.
Part 3 (multiple choice)
Test takers hear some short talks. After each talk, the test taker answers some questions about it.
|Speaking||10 minutes||A structured one-on-one interaction between an examiner and a test taker.|