The TEF (Test d'Evaluation du Français) is an assessment of proficiency in the French language, used by Citizenship and Immigration Canada to assign points for the language factor when applying for citizenship.
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Applicants may be required to take the QCM: multiple-choice questionnaire tests (written comprehension, listening, vocabulary and structure); the written expression test; and the oral expression test.
Registration deadline: 10 days prior to the exam date.
|TEF next sessions|
|Friday February 10, 2017* SOLD OUT!|
|Friday February 24, 2017* SOLD OUT!|
|Friday March 10, 2017* SOLD OUT!|
|Friday March 24, 2017*|
|Friday April 7, 2017*|
*Candidates will be notified of the exact time of the TEF exam on their convocation.
To enroll, please download our TEF formTEF-AFV-FORM-2016.pdf (1.3 MB)
Your registration will be complete only once we have received the form + the payment.
You also can ask for a results duplicata of your TEF exam (additional cost of $25).
It takes 6 to 8 weeks for the results to be available.
**Prices subject to change without notice.
Our members have a 10% discount on TEF tests.
Reprint of the "attestation de résultat" (error/misprint) is $35.
Any registration to the TEF is final. Neither refund nor credit will be granted.