THE FRENCH EVALUATION TEST - TEF
The French Evaluation Test (TEF) is an international placement test that measures the level of knowledge and skill in French. It was created by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Paris Île de France in 1998.
The TEF is a French exam recognised by: the Ministry of National Education, the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, the French Interior Minister, the Ministry of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship of Canada, the Ministry of Immigration, Francisation and Integration of Quebec and the Swiss State Secretariat for Migration.
WHY IS THIS FRENCH TEST USEFUL?
This French test can allow:
- To study and integrate French university or schools
- Certify your language level so you can work
- Or to obtain nationality or a residency permit in France, Switzerland or Canada.
Newdeal Institut provides the:
- LThe TEF for acces to Québec (TEFAQ)
- The TEF Canada
- TEF Tout Public for all other purposes
The results of this French test are valid for 2 years. A period of 30 days must be respected between 2 attempts.
After these French tests, the results are sent to our test centre within 3 to 4 weeks folllowing the test.
DETAILS OF THE SECTIONS FOR THIS FRENCH EXAM
The TEF French diploma is divided into 5 modular tests to be passed according to the objective or the applications. These French tests are evaluated on the CEFR scale from A1 to C2:
- Oral comprehension: 40 min – 60 multiple choice questions on a computer
This test measures the candidate’s ability to understand French orally through listening to audio.
- Written comprehension: 60 min – 50 multiple choice questions in 4 sections on a computer
This test measures the ability to read and understand written material in French.
- Oral expression: 15 min – 2 topics are covered (Inquiring / Convincing) face to face with an examiner
This test measures the candidate’s ability to master oral communication.
- Written expression: 60 min – 2 subjects are covered (Article / Expressing a point of view) on a computer
This test measures the candidate’s ability to express themselves in French in writing.
- Vocabulary and structure: 30 min – 40 multiple choice questions in 4 sections on a computer
This last test measures the candidate’s ability to use the French language correctly by judging vocabulary and grammatical structures.
|EPREUVES DU TEST D'ÉVALUATION DE FRANÇAIS - TEF|
|TEF Tout Public||TEF Québec||TEF Canada|
|Compréhension écrite||Compréhension orale||Compréhension orale|
|Expression Orale||Compréhension écrite||Expression Orale|
|Expression écrite||Expression Orale||OPTION|
|Lexique et structure||Expression écrite||Compréhension écrite|
Do you want to take one of the following French exams:
TEF Tout Public, TEF Québec or TEF Canada in Bordeaux?