As of December 2017, MSU is eliminating the requirement for candidates to earn a minimum of 12 out of 25 points on all of the CELP (Certificate of English Language Competency- B2) subsections in order to pass the exam.  This simplified scoring system has been in place for CELC (Certificate of English Language Proficiency- C2) for several administrations and will now apply to both exams. 

Henceforth, in the interest of transparency, every candidate who receives a total score of 60 or more points will earn a certificate, and the candidate’s total score and subsection scores will be reported on the certificate.




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