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THE APPLICATION PROCESS

 

APPLYING FOR THE ENGLISH PROFICIENCY EXAM (ON-LINE)

 

Applications for the English Proficiency Exam will be made on-line through the address  https://application.metu.edu.tr ENGLISH PROFICIENCY EXAM APPLICATIONS. METU students will enter the system with their existing user names and passwords. The program will assign a user name and password to those from outside METU and METU graduates.

 

The candidate will enter the required information to the applications program, and upon completion of application.

 

The photograph must be of biometric features (5x6 cm, minimum 5x5 cm, absolutely frontal, without sun glasses, on a monochrome white background).

 

The list of the candidates who are eligible to take the exam and their exam places will be announced one day prior to the exam at the Schoolof Foreign Languagesweb address http://www.dbe.metu.edu.tr/prf/.

 

In order for the candidates to take the exam, it is mandatory that they present their Republic of Turkey citizenship card or passport.


Photograph Specifications

  1. The photograph should be 50 mm x60 mm in size, in white background and without pattern.
  2. Files must be less than 3 MB and png/ jpg/ jpeg/ gif formats are allowed for upload.
  3. In the photo you should have a neutral expression with closed mouth and be facing the camera.
  4. Eyes should be opened and clearly seen. Your hair should not cover your eyes and you should directly look at the camera.
  5. You should center the head with the frame.
  6. Accessories (like hat) are not allowed except glasses used not as accessorize.

 

Application Fee: 80 TL


Important Note: The application fee must be paid in the name of the person who will take the exam.


Bank account numbers can be seen in the following link: http://oidb.metu.edu.tr/en/bank-account-numbers-other-services

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Date of Update: March 22, 2018