The results of the MSU examinations are released on the MSU accounts provided for individual candidates and schools 40 working days after the date of the exams.
In order to pass the MSU-CELC a candidate needs an overall score of 60 points and above from all four sections.
Effective with the December 2017 administrations, MSU is eliminating the requirement for candidates to earn a minimum of 12 out of 25 points on all of the CELP subsections in order to pass the exam. This simplified scoring system has been in place for CELC 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.
Terms and Conditions
A candidate is allowed to request re-scoring of one or more sections of the exam, subject to the restrictions imposed by the English Language Center of Michigan State University. The period during which such requests may be submitted is determined by the English Language Center as soon as the results for each administration are announced. Candidates eligible for rescoring are required to have obtained an overall score of at least 58 points. Those who have already been awarded a PASS are not allowed to apply for rescoring in the hope of improving their grade.
Unless exceptional circumstances dictate otherwise, Anatolia College and The American College of Greece are not involved in the rescoring procedure and it will, therefore, be necessary for you to contact the English Language Center at Michigan State University directly.
Click the re-scoring link here. Please note that MSU will only be accepting re-scoring requests until February 16, 2018.
Dates to be announced.
If you subsequently realize that your name on the certificate you receive differs in any way from the name you provided at the time of registration, the English Language Center at Michigan State University can send you a replacement certificate. However, your original certificate needs to be returned to:
Dr. Heekyoung Kim,
English Language Center,
Michigan State University,
Wells Hall 619, Red Cedar Rd,
East Lansing, MI 48824, USA
Unless exceptional circumstances dictate otherwise, Anatolia College and The American College of Greece are not involved in the procedure for requesting a replacement certificate and it will, therefore, be necessary for you to contact the English Language Center at Michigan State University directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.