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TCFQ – Test de connaissance du français pour le Québec

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Next TCFQ exams in AF Chandigarh : 19th July 2014. Registration open.

Last Date for registration : 18th June, 2014.

On the day of the exam, the candidates must be at the Alliance française de Chandigarh at 8 am sharp, carrying an ID proof with picture and a black pen.

TCFQ 7th June – Roll numbers

What is the TCFQ ?

TCF is a French Language proficiency test. It is a standardized and calibrated test that ranks candidates on one of the six levels on a scale defined by the Council of Europe (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) and ALTE (Association of Language Testers in Europe). It does not require specific study. TCF score results are reliable measurements for determining proficiency. Developed by the CIEP, a public institution of the French Ministry of Education, the test ensures strict methodology validated by a scientific committee composed of the best French and European specialists. CIEP is already in charge of the DELF and DALF, the only official diplomas of French as a foreign language.

 The “TCF pour le Quebec”, or TCF for Quebec, has been specially designed to be consistent with the standards of the Ministry of Immigration (MICC) of Quebec, and is only intended for people wishing to settle in Quebec.

Your TCF for Quebec certificate is only valid for your immigration application. You cannot use it, for example, for admission to a French university. Your certificate has a limited validity period. It is valid for 2 years.

The TCF for Quebec includes four examinations but they are not all compulsory.

  •  Compréhension orale (30 questions). Duration : 25 à 30 minutes. 
    A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2
    0 point 0 point 0 point 5 points 6 points 7 points

    • Expression orale (6 questions). Duration : 15 minutes. 

    A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2
    0 point 0 point 0 point 5 points 6 points 7 points

    • Compréhension écrite (30 questions). Duration : 45 minutes. 

    A1 à B1 B2 à C2
    0 point 1 point

    • Expression écrite (6 questions). Duration : 1 heure et 45 minutes. 

    A1 à B1 B2 à C2
    0 point 1 point

How to prepare

To see examples of tests and practice, you can do exercices of compréhension orale (listening comprehension) on the following websites :

TV5 Monde

RFI

Didier FLE