The Michigan English Test (MET) is a multilevel, modular English language examination.
The MET can be taken by learners at a range of levels, from upper beginners to lower advanced (Levels A2 to C1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
The MET is available both as a digital and as a paper-and pencil test, and may be taken as either a 2-skill exam (Listening and Reading) or a 4-skill exam (Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking). The 4-skill exam is only digital version and can be taken in a testing center, or at home, with a remote proctor.
So once you take it, you will be evaluated from A2 to C1 according to your score.
And it is certified for both University of Michigan and Cambridge Language Assessment.
Next 4 blogs I will show strategies for each section of the certificate.
Michele Maximila Rocha Sabocinski