The Admission Ticket will tell you exactly where and at what time to report on the day of the test. It will also contain your personal details. This ticket is your permission to attend the test centre and a printout must be taken with you on the day. Admission Tickets presented on electronic devices will not be accepted. If you present without a printed Admission Ticket you will not be admitted to the test by the test supervisor/proctor.
Notification will be sent to your registered email address when the Admission Ticket is available through your online account, approximately two weeks before the test date. If your identification document details have not been entered in the registration form you will NOT be able to access your Admission Ticket. You can update your identification document details at any time.
For test centre candidates: please note that you will have to agree to abide by the relevant COVID-19 restrictions and COVID-safe measures in order to access your admission ticket.
Please check your Admission Ticket carefully and contact the LAT Office immediately if there are any errors. The details on your Admission Ticket must match the details on the identification document that you will use on the test day. Only your first and last names are required to match and it is not necessary for your other names (including middle names) to appear on the Admission Ticket. Your other names, if provided when you created your account, will however be printed on the Attendance Rolls given to the test centre supervisors so that they can be checked on the day, should there be any issues matching your Admission Ticket and your identification document.
Before you print the Admission Ticket, check that both sides of the print paper are blank; there should not be any marks on your Admission Ticket. Admission Tickets may be printed in black and white; you do not need to bring a colour printout. Please fill in your identification document number (for example, your driver's licence number) and sign your Admission Ticket beforehand and have it ready with you on the test day.
You must not write anything else on your Admission Ticket at any time before or during the test if you are sitting the test at a test centre. You can use the reverse page of the printed admission ticket to plan your responses if you are sitting the test via remote proctoring.
If you have issues accessing your Admission Ticket, you should contact the LAT Office by 5:00pm AEST Friday 18 September 2020. Please do not leave this to the last minute. Remember that you will only be able to download the Admission Ticket, once you have entered your identification document details in your online account.