(TEF) Canada french test exam
Examination on site.
As part of an immigration file or an application for Canadian citizenship, it is required to prove your level of French language. The TEF Canada makes this possible, and has been officially recognized by the Canadian federal government since 2002.
The TEF Canada consists of 4 tests:
Listening comprehension (40 minutes)
Written comprehension (60 minutes)
Oral expression (15 minutes-2 subjects to be treated)
Written expression (60 minutes-2 subjects to be treated)
Ideal for those who wish to immigrate to Canada.
The test is possible regardless of your level of French. The certificate of results is dematerialized and will be made available 4 to 5 weeks after the test is taken. It is possible to take the test as many times as you wish, provided that you respect a waiting period of thirty days between two attempts, regardless of the type of TEF.
Instructions that must be followed during the Covid-19 epidemic
You will find below the instructions that must be applied in order to have access to the test/examination room:
Candidates must wash their hands when entering our premises.
Candidates must wash their hands before signing the attendance sheet.
All candidates must wear a mask.
Candidates must bring their own pen.
Candidates will be required to present their own identity document at the time of identity checks.
The use of hand sanitizer is required. Candidates will be asked to use it before the start of the test and before their copy is submitted.
If these rules are not respected, it will unfortunately be impossible for us to grant you access to the test room.
Alliance Française de Paris
101 Boulevard Raspail