TEF and TEFAQ Exam presentation
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TEFaQ exam is a TEF exam adapted to Quebec’s culture. Meaning is that differences are mostly on cultural references. So exam preparation can be the same.
Points, Waiting period, and period of validity
Quebec immigration requirements for French are B2 level for Listening (Oral comprehension) and Speaking (Oral expression).
Tefaq exam is one of the official tests you can take to evaluate your level in French.
If you fail a test (Oral Comprehension or Oral Expression), you must wait 1 month before returning to the test that you failed (Oral Comprehension or Oral Expression). For example: if you have failed Oral Comprehension, you do not have to wait a month to take Oral Expression, but you must wait 1 month before returning to Oral Comprehension. Nota : When planning your exam, be careful, please check if required waiting period between tests has changed (“Délai de carence”)
Even if Tefaq validity is 2 years, Quebec Immigration can reassess your B2 level during an immigration interview. See : The Ministère may at any time verify or assess your knowledge of spoken French during an interview.” It is why you must keep your French alive at level B2 after the exam and be able to prove that level during an immigration interview.
TEFAQ Listening (Oral compréhension)
The Oral comprehension test is done on a computer.
The test has 60 questions and the slideshow below explains the structure of the tests and types of questions.
TEFAQ Speaking (Oral Expression)
Oral expression test is a face-to-face exam with an interviewer and test has 2 parts : Part A and Part B