We have practice and preparation for the Michigan Test Battery (MTELP), MET (Michigan English Test), MELAB, MELICET, ECCE, and ECPE.
Our instantly downloadable Michigan practice tests will help you prepare in order to achieve success on the Michigan English Test.
Our complete course includes PDF downloads and mp3s which help you prepare for all of the parts of the Michigan English Testing Battery.
The battery for the Michigan Test contains three separate parts:
You may be asked to take one or all of the parts.
Not sure which exam you need? Then please read the "Michigan Test Review and Exam Prep" section in the second part of this page for more information.
For more information on our downloads and for free English language practice, please click on the "Free Practice" and "Exam Samples" buttons on the main menu above.
We know that your performance on the Michigan English exam is very important for you. However, you need to be sure to take this English test only when you are well prepared.
Exam preparation is important because the Test Battery is used by colleges and universities to assess the English language level of students for study.
Employers sometimes use the Michigan English language test to determine the English language proficiency level of applicants for jobs.
In order to achieve the highest score possible on your Michigan exam, you need to be sure that you have a good level of English language skills before testing.
The Michigan examination tests you on grammar, vocabulary, reading, listening, and writing.
The Michigan Test is a test battery. "Battery" means that an examination includes more than one part.
Your English language ability is tested in these areas on the Michigan Test: reading, writing, grammar, vocabulary, and listening.
Speaking is an optional part of the Michigan Battery. Your institution may assess your speaking skills by requiring you to attend an interview.
The test is standardized so that it can be used and marked fairly in many countries throughout the world.
The Michigan Test refers to the Michigan Test Battery. It includes the Test of Aural Comprehension and the Test of English Language Proficiency, which is also known as the MTELP.
It is frequently administered in South America and the Far East.
Information on the Michigan Test is provided on the first section of this page.
The MET is used to evaluate your general English language skills in everyday or work settings.
The MET is not used to assess preparedness for university or college study.
The Michigan English Test (MET) is administered in North America and Europe.
For more information, please navigate to the MET button in the menu above.
The MELAB is given to students who want to study at colleges or universities in the United States, Canada, or Great Britain.
For further information, please click on the MELAB button in the main menu.
The MELICET is a retired version of the exams. It is still given in certain countries in South America.
For further information, please click on the MELICET button above.
The ECCE evaluates English language skills at the upper-intermediate level. It is administered throughout Europe.
For more information, please navigate to the ECCE button under the "Michigan Tests" category in the menu at the top of this page.
The ECPE assesses English language skills at the advanced or proficiency level. It is also administered in Europe.
For more information, please navigate to the ECPE button at the top of the page.
Our practice tests are in the same format as the actual exams.
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