Le Test d’Évaluation de Français pour l’accès au Québec (TEFaQ) is a general French test which aims to measure the candidate’s level of knowledge and ability in the French language.
The TEFAQ test is recognized by the Quebec Ministry for Immigration, Diversity and Inclusion (MIDI) and it is essential for an official immigration application.
The official TEFAQ Attestation shows the distribution of scores for each module taken along with detailed comments for the different competencies.
It is your responsibility to check with IRCC (Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada) or MIDI (Ministry of Immigration, Diversity and Inclusion) which modules you need to take.
The TEFAQ is used mainly for Quebec immigration purposes requiring a B2 level (upper intermediate).
It is necessary to apply for a Quebec Selection Certificate (CSQ).
The TEFAQ, used to assess your oral and written competencies in French, consists of 4 modules. Each module can be taken independently.
Under no circumstances can BLI Québec be held responsible if you register for the wrong test.