MUET Consultation Program

The prime objective of this consultation programme is to enhance students development and for them to get familiar with MUET examination format and skills. This programme is effective as it helps students as this is a one step ahead for students to ace in MUET exam. In the Malaysian education system, English has always played an important role. The Malaysian University English Test (MUET) serves to give continued emphasis on this role. The objective of MUET is to measure the English language proficiency of pre-university students for entry into tertiary education. MUET comprises of all four language skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing. It measures and reports candidates level of proficiency based upon an aggregated score range of 0 to 300. The scores correlate with a banding system ranging from Band 1 to Band 6.

Assessment Objectives

MUET tests the four language skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing:

  1. LISTENING (30 Minutes) - Candidates will be required to listen to recorded texts twice and answer questions on them. There are a total of 20 questions consisting of information transfer, short-answer questions, 3 option multiple-choice questions and 4-option multiple-choice questions.
  2. SPEAKING (30 Minutes) - Candidates will be required to perform two tasks: individual presentation and group interaction. For the individual presentation, candidates will be given 2 minutes to prepare for the given task and 2 minutes to present. Candidates will also listen to the other candidates while they are making their presentations and take down notes for the group interaction. For the group interaction (4 to a group), candidates will be given 2 minutes to prepare points to support or oppose the other candidates views. After listening to everyone in the group, candidates will try to come to a consensus. The group will be given 10 minutes for the group interaction.
  3. READING (90 Minutes)- This paper comprises of 45 multiple-choice questions based on passages from texts which may be taken from journals, newspapers, magazines, and academic and electronic sources. Questions are in the form of 3-option multiple-choice and 4-option multiple-choice questions.
  4. WRITING (90 Minutes)This paper comprises of two writing tasks: transferring information from a non-linear source to a linear text and a piece of extended writing. The stimulus may take the form of linear and/or nonlinear texts.