CaMLA Cambridge Michigan
A joint venture between the University of Cambridge and the University of Michigan, combines the expertise of two world-class universities, each in its own right a leader in language assessment.
The Examination for the Certificate of Competency in English (ECCE) is a standardized high-intermediate level English as a foreign language examination. It is aimed at the B2 level of the Common European Framework of Reference and is developed and scored by CaMLA. You can use the ECCE certificate as evidence of high-intermediate competence in English for personal, educational, and occupational purposes.
The Examination for the Certificate of Proficiency in English (ECPE) is a standardized advanced-level English as a foreign language examination developed and scored by CaMLA. It is aimed at the C2 level of the Common European Framework of Reference. It is valid for the lifetime of the recipient. The ECPE can be used for academic and professional purposes and has international recognition.
The MET GO is a multilevel, modular exam intended for adults and adolescents at or above a secondary level of education who want to measure their general English language proficiency in a variety of linguistic contexts. The MET can be used for educational purposes, such as when finishing an English language course, or for employment purposes, such as applying for a job or pursuing promotion that requires an English language qualification.
The Young Learners Tests of English (YLTE) provide a clear assessment of a child’s English. They’re a fun and motivating way to test the English of young learners in the primary and middle grades. There are three levels: Bronze, Silver and Gold.
Placement & Progress CaMLA EPT
The CaMLA English Placement Test (EPT) and the computer-based (cb) CaMLA EPT is designed for use as a placement test for incoming English language learners. This is an 80-item, multiple-choice test that assesses listening comprehension, understanding of grammar in conversational contexts, vocabulary knowledge, and reading comprehension.
The Michigan Test of English Language Proficiency (MTELP) Series and the computer-based (cb) MTELP is uniquely designed to measure both learner achievement and progress. It is suitable for adult or young adult language learners and can be used in a range of institutions. The MTELP Series is available at three distinct levels of proficiency beginner, intermediate, and advanced with three unique, parallel test forms available at each level, with scores linked across forms.
The International Teaching Assistant Speaking Assessment (ITASA ) is specifically designed for prospective international teaching assistants (ITAs) whose native language is not English. Aimed at the high-intermediate to advanced levels, it’s a face-to-face performance test consisting of four tasks in 15 minutes, assessing the test taker’s competence and effectiveness in the types of communication typical for ITAs in North America.
CaMLA Speaking Test
Sit down with your students or employees and begin the test. Ten minutes later you’ll have meaningful results about their spoken English language proficiency. The CaMLA Speaking Test, covering high-beginner to low-advanced levels, captures the following key areas of spoken language performance: fluency and intelligibility, vocabulary range and relevance to task, grammatical complexity and accuracy, the ability to successfully complete a specific task.
CaMLA Writing Test
A two-task design gives you meaningful results about the written English proficiency of your test takers. The CaMLA Writing Test takes only 45 minutes and covers high-beginner to low-advanced levels, all in a single test.