The French assessment Test adapted to Quebec – TEFAQ – is a test of the language level, based only on oral skills, recommended by the Ministry of Immigration and Cultural Communities in Québec for immigration purposes.
TEF CANADA EXAM
French Test recognised by the Government of Canada
It is for those who wish to go to Canada Quebec region. For Quebec the level required is Level B2 according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFRL). The TEF assesses your linguistic skills.
Registrations from 24 September to 24 October 2018
TEF Exam date: 24th November 2018
The TEFaQ provides the candidate with a linguistic photograph of his French oral level by placing him/her on a 7 level scale. These levels are described in detail for each of the two skills (Listening comprehension / Oral expression).
The TEFAQ assesses your skills in Oral French. It consists of two interrelated sections:
The attestation of results of the TEF AQ shows the distribution of scores of each exam and offers detailed comments on the skills for each candidate and provides a visual picture of the results.
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Preparing the exam:
After the exam:
The results of the TEF AQ will be announced about one and half month after the exam by e-mail. You need to collect personally along with your original photo identity the official TEF AQ certificates at the Alliance Française d’Ahmedabad about 2 and half months after the exam.
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