Test d’Evaluation de Français
TEF (French language assessment test):
The TEF(Test d’Evaluation de Français) is a test that assesses the level of French language of non-native French speakers. It is one of the requirements for those who want to immigrate/PR or to work in Canada. In addition, TEF aids in the process of naturalization undertaken by those who want to apply for French citizenship.
TEF comprises of two modules and four sub-tests:.
Two comprehension tests:
- Listening Comprehension (40 minutes)
- Reading Comprehension (60 minutes)
Two expression tests:
- Spoken expression (15 minutes)
- Written expression (60 minutes)
Main features of TEF (French Language) Training at BMC:
- Special assistance for TEF test retakers
- Assistance in both French language and TEF criterion learning
- Friendly and experienced native trainers
- Flexible timetable (classes on weekdays and weekend)
- Private and group classes
There is no restriction on the number of times for taking TEF. You may take it multiple times to improve your score.
No, there is no pre-requisite qualification required for TEF. Anyone can take TEF.
Your TEF score is valid for two years.
- TEF assesses French expression and comprehension skills
- It gives a subjective and objective measure of the level of candidate’s linguistic and communication skills.
- It offers a detailed analysis of you verbal and non-verbal skills i.e, essential language skills necessary to understand and communicate in French while in a French-speaking country