LanguageCert Test of English FAQ
What is the LanguageCert Test of English (LTE)?
Who is the LTE qualification intended for?
What does the Listening component assess?
What does the Reading component assess?
What does the Writing component assess?
Is the LTE qualification mapped to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR)?
Are there any entry requirements?
How can I submit a Reasonable Adjustments or Special Considerations request?
How many tests are there and in which formats?
What is the LTE A1-C2 computer-adaptive test?
Which format should I choose?
Who are the LTE paper-based tests for?
What is the test duration?
What score do I need to ‘pass’ the test?
What can I use my LanguageCert Test of English (LTE) qualification for?
How can I submit a result enquiry or an appeal request?
Do I have to follow a certain course book?
What is the minimum/maximum age limit for candidates?
When and where can the exams be taken?
Does the Test Centre get involved in assessment?
Are LTE qualifications recognised?
How long does it take to receive LTE exams results?
How long does it take to receive LTE certificates?
Who will inform me of my results?
Will my LTE certificate be sent directly to me?
How long are the certificates valid for?
Who do I contact if I lose my certificate?
How can I check the validity of my LTE certificate?
Is LanguageCert Test of English (LTE) similar to LanguageCert International ESOL exams?
Where can I access LTE practice papers?
Where can I find more information on LTE?