Where can I take the TEF test?

Where can I take the TEF test?

The Test d’évaluation de français (TEF Canada) can be taken through The Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The Test de connaissance du français (TCF Canada) (in French only) can be taken through le France Education International (FEI).

How much does TEF exam cost?

4. Fees and Payment

Test Total(tx.incl)
Written expression $115,50
Oral expression $136,50
Multiple-choice questionnaire tests (Written comprehension oral comprehension vocabulary/structure) $294
TEF Canada or TEFAQ $462

How can I prepare for TEF test?

Prepare for the TEF

  1. Use the tutorials to familiarise yourself with the oral comprehension and expression sections of the TEF (in French).
  2. Familiarise yourself with the test format using the sample papers available in this section.
  3. Register for training online in collaboration with PrepMyTEF.

Is TCF easier than TEF?

For me, the writing and the speaking parts of the TEF are easier. The reading and the listening parts are similar. The TEF exam has only 2 tasks for the speaking and writing sections. In contrast, the TCF has 3 tasks for speaking and writing sections.

Should I take TEF or TCF?

TCF Canada is for anyone who wishes to initiate the process for permanent economic immigration or Canadian citizenship through IRCC. TEF is for candidates wishing to assess their level of proficiency in French for immigration applications to Canada or Quebec, or Canadian citizenship applications.

Is TCF Canada difficult?

Let’s start with my overall perception of two exams. I did TEF Canada and then TCF Canada. In general, I found that TEF was much more difficult for reading and writing whereas TCF Canada can be difficult for those who are weak in listening.

Which is easier TEF or TCF?

What level of French is required for TEF?

level 7
What level of French is required for TEF? The minimum level required is level 7 of the NCLC (Canadian Language Benchmarks). It is equivalent to DELF B2.

How does the TEF exam in France work?

The goal of TEF is to evaluate the French skills of the candidate using a scale of 7 levels that range from 0+ level (basic skills) to level 6 (complete control). A certificate of results, which is valid for one year, is issued for the applicant and shows the scores on each section of the test.

Where can I register for the TEF test?

To register, contact an approved center of your choice. Each center sets its own test dates and fees. Approved TEF centers:

Do you have to take the TEF in Canada?

The TEF is recognized by many universities and schools, especially in Canada, to certify your level of French as part of the admission procedure. Contact the institution you wish to attend directly: they will tell you the number and type of TEF tests you will have to take.

How is the test d’Evaluation ( TEF ) evaluated?

You can take the TEF to certify your level of French. It is also recognized to : How is the TEF evaluated? The tests are evaluated using a scale of 7 levels, from level 0 (most basic skills) to level 6 (good skills).

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