How good are your literacy and numeracy skills ? LNN Explained

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Do you know many Universities in Australia require the language, literacy and numeracy skills testas part of the admission process?

What exactly the LLN is?

LLN stands for language, literacy and numeracy skills. It is a test to evaluate people ability to understand and interpretate daily situations, including work-related tasks. It believes that different training processes and live experiences significantly impact on an individual ability to read, write, speak and make calculations for everyday life. Thus, Australian Universities are not enquiring applicants to take this exam as part of the enrolment process for both – Domestic and International Students.

Language, Literacy and Numeracy

LNN Components

Language

Language includes communication forms such as speaking, listening, reading, writing and visual communication.

Literacy

Literacy means being able to read and use written information. It also means being able to contextualise your writing appropriately.

Numeracy

Literacy means being able to read and use written information. It also means being able to contextualise your writing appropriately.

Find more examples at the Australian Council for Educational Research  or click the links below, 

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