Michigan Language Assessment has launched MET Go! Digital, the online counterpart of the MET Go! test. It will be available as a computer-based test giving students aged 11 to 15 the option to take it either at home or at a centre.
MET Go! Digital is a multilevel test of English aligned to the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) that tests students’ level from A1 to B1. This exam tests reading, writing, and listening, with the option of including speaking.
From April 2021 upper primary to secondary school students who want to demonstrate their level of English will be able to take the test more flexibly as they can choose to take the test in digital format from the comfort of their home or at an authorised centre.
Sharon Harvey, CEO of Michigan Language Assessment, commented: ‘MET Go! Digital offer all the benefits of paper based MET Go! and is suitable for those studying with digital learning packages, or remotely. In addition to test centre delivery, it will also be available for at home delivery, to help schools and students whose education is still impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Our main focus remains on the learning experience, which is why we have designed a test that reflect real life interactions among teens. On top of this, the results are personalised and highly detailed to support the student’s future development.’
Michigan Language Assessment is a not-for-profit organisation founded in collaboration by Cambridge Assessment English and the University of Michigan.