The Test d’Évaluation de Français Canada is a general French test that determines the level of knowledge and skills in the oral and written understanding and expression of French.
The official TEF Canada certificate indicates the distribution of scores for each module taken along with detailed comments on the different skills and is recognized by Citizenship and Immigration Canada.
TEF Canada consists of 4 modules. Each module can be taken independently.
If you are applying for citizenship, you will need both oral comprehension and oral expression at a B1 (intermediate) level.
If you are applying for permanent residence in Canada, all four modules of the exam are required.
Under no circumstances can BLI Québec be held responsible if you register for the wrong exam.
The candidate is responsible for selecting all the modules required.