The Literacy and Numeracy Test for Initial Teacher Education Students is designed to assess initial teacher education students’ personal literacy and numeracy skills to ensure teachers are well equipped to meet the demands of teaching and assist higher education providers, teacher employers and the general public to have increased confidence in the skills of graduating teachers.
LANTITE is a national requirement for graduation from all teacher education courses from 1 July 2016. Students are expected to have completed these tests (two components) and met the standard in order to graduate from their Curtin University initial teacher education (ITE) course.
If you experience technical or connection issues during your test session, you should communicate these to your proctor immediately so that they may be resolved. It is possible that your test session may need to be rescheduled within the test window.
If your proctor cannot resolve your issues, or for any other queries and concerns you may have regarding your test session, please contact ACER by email
on the test day so the issue can be addressed without delay. Your entire test session will be recorded by ProctorU including your chat logs with proctors, the video recordings of your webcam and your computer desktop, and ACER will have access to the full records.