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Calendar & Registration – Exams TEF October – December 2019
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Calendar & Registration – Exams TEF January – March 2020
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Registration and payment on site from Monday to Friday from 9am to 6pm, by mail or online by bank transfer.
Exam TEF – presentation
The tests include 4 tests:
Written Comprehension : 60 min – 50 questions / 300 points
Written Expression : 60 min – 2 topics / 450 points
Listening : 40 min – 60 questions / 360 points
Oral Expression : 15 min – 2 topics / 450 points
Testing procedures vary according to the type of TEF :
TEF measures your level of French language skills, from an elementary mastery to a complete mastery. The results are valid for two years.
No prior diploma is required. The candidate must be over 16 years of age.
Tips for taking the TEF exams
Remember to download your Candidate Handbook – Manuel du candidat – before the examination (the link is on your invitation). You will find useful information about your tests and your preparation.
Please arrive at ALIP at least 30 minutes before your exam.
Remember to bring valid identification card, otherwise you will be denied access to the examination room. You will also need a passport photo and a black pen.
Remember to indicate any health or other problems before the day of the examination, so that it takes place in the best conditions.
Mobile phones are strictly forbidden in the examination rooms. Dictionaries are also prohibited.
Pay close attention to the instructions of the supervisors and boards of examiners.
Tips for preparing for TEF exams
A good preparation is essential to give you all the chances to obtain the expected results. You must be familiar with the types of tests to avoid any stress and loss of time on the day of the exam.
For that, ALIP recommends you various options, valid whatever the type of TEF which you pass:
The trainings tutoriels from CCIP – Le Français des Affaires
Application français 3.0 from CCIP – Le Français des Affaires
Online official preparation with Prepmyfuture
Following books :
TEF Hachette FLE
TEF 250 activités CLE International