Test de français international

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The Test de français international (TFI) is a language proficiency test for non-native speakers of French. It is administered by the Educational Testing Service (ETS).

Format of TFI exam[edit]

  • is standardized
  • is multiple choice
  • contains 180 questions divided into two sections: listening and reading
  • is composed of six parts (specific instructions are in French)
  • lasts approximately 2.5 hours (including time for administrative procedures)
  • measures French proficiency on a single, continuous scale

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