What is appropriate as government-issued photo ID for the registration check-in?

Students will need to bring one of the following forms of government-issued photo ID as proof of identity

  • a BC driver's license
  • a Photo BC Services card
  • a BC Identification card (BCID)
  • a current passport

Students who do not present the appropriate form of photo ID will not be permitted to write the exam and will have to register for another sitting. They may not transfer the registration nor is the registration fee refundable.


The ID presented must be current and in the original form; photocopies or scanned/digital versions are unacceptable

Students who are unable to provide one of the above forms of ID must contact the LET Coordinator at least 2 days prior to the exam date.

How can I prepare for the LET? 
Students who would like more information and/or practice can buy A Guide to the LET – Preparing for the Langara English Test from the Bookstore. The Guide contains information on

  • how to prepare for the test,
  • sample exam questions and practice summaries,  and
  • information on what each score means.

In addition, Continuing Studies offers a LET preparation course for students who have already received a level 2 and want to achieve a level 3 or higher.

How can I register for the LET?
Please note that registration is subject to availability; some sittings are full days before the exam date.  Therefore, students should register as early as possible.

You can register online, by phone (604-323-5322), in person, by fax (604.323.5899), or by mail through Langara's Continuing Studies department. Click here for details. 

  • Students will need to bring government-issued photo ID -- for example, a passport, driver's license, BC Services Card -- to show proof of identity.
  • Students without government-issued photo ID will not be allowed to write the exam; they will need to register for another sitting.

Can results be mailed, emailed, or given out over the phone? Can a friend or family member pick up my results for me? 
No, the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act does not allow us to use those methods.

Do I need a paper copy of my results? 
No, the score is sent directly to Registrar and Enrolment Services.

Do I have to pay my fees before I can get my LET score? 
The only fee you have to pay in order to access your LET score is the LET registration fee.

What if I don’t know my Langara ID number? 
Bring photo ID to Registrar and Enrolment Services and they can give you your LIN.

What if my PIN doesn’t work?
Go to Registrar and Enrolment Services with photo ID and they will reset your PIN.

What if there is no score in my Student Prerequisite file? 
Remember, results are usually available by the Friday following the exam.  If, after 10 days, the result is not online, email the Division Assistant: keliot@langara.bc.ca. The Division Assistant can direct students to the appropriate person.