We have an intensive TEFAQ Online Preparation course to help you show proficiency in French if you applying for the Quebec Skilled Worker program.
The TEFaQ Test is also called the "TEF pour le Québec", 'TEF for Quebec' or e-TEFaQ exam (the computer version) is one of the French tests that is accepted as proof of sufficient knowledge of French to live and work in Quebec by the Quebec Visa & Immigration department.
It's important that you know French language if you want to live in Quebec, Canada. Why? Read here... Note: In some countries, a specific TEFaQ Quebec test may not be available. In such cases, you can register for the regular TEF Test, and sit only for the Comprehension Orale (Listening Comprehension) and Expression Orale (Speaking) components. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Note: In some countries, a specific TEFaQ Quebec test may not be available. In such cases, you can register for the regular TEF Test, and sit only for the Comprehension Orale (Listening Comprehension) and Expression Orale (Speaking) components.
The TEFaQ test (e-TEFaQ) has only 2 components:
- 60 multiple choice questions
- Duration: 40 minutes
- 2 questions
- Duration: 35 minutes
The TEFAQ is a level test that shows how good you are in French. Depending on your score in the test, you are placed in a certain level. There are altogether 6 levels of proficiency:
|Lower Beginner||A1 level|
|Upper Beginner||A2 level|
|Lower Intermediate||B1 level|
|Upper Intermediate||B2 level|
|Lower Advanced||C 1 level|
|Upper Advanced||C2 level|
(a) We achieve the levels above in a short time by using an accelerated learning method and by being very exam-focused.
(a) We can tell you how many hours you need after a free trial lesson (level assessment).
(c) Some students may need more hours, while others (not complete beginners) may require less hours to what is indicated above.
(d) The learning hours you will need depend on several factors:
Why choose Frenchfaster to prepare for the TEFaQ test?
■ Short learning period: Even if you don't know any French, you can reach Level 1 (A1) in 40 hours, Level 2 (A2) in 60 hours and Level 3 (B1) in 80 hours of learning!
■ Experienced bilingual tutors: You learn from tutors (all native speakers) who know exactly what to do to help you score well in the TCF Quebec test.
■ Latest exam questions: You get model answers for recent and past TCF Quebec exam questions from various test centers around the world.
■ Excellent learning materials: You wouldn't need to buy any extra learning materials; we provide all pdf and audio files.
■ Anytime, anywhere: You can take the class online via Skype anytime, anywhere; we have tutors available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!
■ Guaranteed Success: So far, we have a 100% success rate. Just read our Student Testimonials.
1. TEFAQ Listening Exercises Section A
2. TEFAQ Listening Exercises Section B
3. TEFAQ Listening Exercises Section C
4. TEFAQ Listening Exercises Section D
TEFaQ tests can be taken anytime throughout the year. Approved TEFaQ Test Centres are allowed to hold as many examination sessions as they wish in the last 10 days of each month.
You can take the TEFaQ test as many times as you like. However, there must be a gap of 2 months between examination sessions.
Your TEFaQ certificate has a limited validity period of only 1 year.
Your TEFaQ certificate will usually be available approximately 20 days after you took the test. You should collect it from the test centre at which you took the TEFaQ exam.
At the same time, the CIEP will send your results to the Ministry of Immigration (MICC) in Quebec directly. You should still include your TEFaQ certificate in your immigration application, even if the Ministry has your results.
Contact your nearby Approved TEFaQ Test Centre to get more specific information about the following:
To find out where you can take the TEFAQ test in your country or even your city, you can click here on TEFAQ Test Center
One of the most popular books for TEFaQ Test Practice is the "TEF Test D'Évaluation du Français: 250 Activités" by Sylvie Pons and Gaëlle Karcher, published by CLE International.