Information about the TCF
The TCF (Test de Connaissance du Français, or French competency test) is the French test awarded by the French Ministry of Education:
- TCF assesses candidates’ level in French for general purposes. It is intended for people who are not native French speakers who, for professional, personal or academic reasons, want to have their competency in French assessed and certified simply, reliably and quickly.
- The TCF is a standardized and graded test designed by the CIEP, a language tester and member of ALTE, using an extremely rigorous method that makes it a genuine measuring instrument.
- All candidates receive a certificate of results that positions them at one of the six levels (from A1 to C2) of the competency scale defined by the Council of Europe (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages). This means that it is not possible to fail the TCF.
There are the 3 types of TCF: TCF général, TCF-DAP and TCF Québec.
To know more about the TCF, click here
How to register
To register, send the following information to Boualem Maizia:
Prénom(s) (First Name)
Nom (Family Name)
Date de naissance (DOB)
Pays de naissance (Country of birth)
Langue maternelle (Mother tongue)
Voulez-vous vous inscrire à l’épreuve facultative d’expression écrite?(optional writing test)
Voulez-vous vous inscrire à l’épreuve facultative d’expression orale?(optional oral test)