Are you one of the MUET candiate this year?
Get some buzz from the following:
- Staci tells her story about MUET in SEGi
- Mimi said MUET is not easy, don’t take it lightly
- Katherine’s aiming for Band 5 in MUET
- Ryan with his Band 4
- A nervous couple
- A blurred Mickey
- Kelvan’s MUET exam is TOMORROW
- XC’s MUET trial
Please refer to http://www.mpm.edu.my for latest updates about MUET.
According to Wikipedia:
Malaysian University English Test (MUET) is a test of English language proficiency, largely for university admissions. The test is set and run by the Malaysian Examinations Council (which also runs the Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia examination) and largely recognized only in Malaysia and Singapore.
Most candidates who sit for MUET do so to apply for admissions in public universities and colleges. MUET is largely optional, if considered at all, in applying for admissions in other universities and colleges in Malaysia as well as National University of Singapore, Nanyang Technological University and Singapore Management University. Most of those who do consider MUET in admission applications allocate little weight to it. Most universities, including many who offer “twinning” courses with local private colleges, outside these two countries do not consider MUET as an acceptable test for English language proficiency, preferring instead, the IELTS.
Candidates usually have to register via their institution, private candidates with their State Education Department, with a registration fee of RM60. Although Malaysian government has decided to abolish government examination fees from 2007 onwards, MUET will remain as a paid test.