Test d'évaluation du français

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The Test d'évaluation du français (TEF) is a test of fluency in French for non-native speakers. It is awarded by the CCIP. It is often required to be admitted into universities and is recognized by the Federal government of Canada as a proof of fluency in immigration procedures.

The test is made up of three mandatory and two optional sections. The reading, listening, grammar and vocabulary sections are mandatory and must be taken together, while the writing and speaking sections are optional and can be taken separately.

NB. The Federal Government of Canada requires both mandatory and optional section for immigration purposes.

Section Time allotted No of questions No of points allotted Remarks
Reading comprehension 60 min 50 questions 300 points Mandatory. Multiple choice questions.
Listening comprehension 40 min 60 questions 360 points Mandatory. Multiple choice questions.
Grammar 30 min 40 questions 240 points Mandatory. Multiple choice questions.
Written expression 60 min 2 topics 450 points Optional.
Oral expression 35 min 2 topics 450 points Optional.

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