The TCF is the French language test awarded by the French Ministry of Education:
- TCF assesses a person’s level of French language for general purposes. It is intended for people who are not native French speakers and who, for professional, personal or academic reasons, wish to have their competency in French assessed and certified simply, reliably and quickly.
- The TCF is a standard graded test designed by the CIEP, a language tester and member of ALTE, based on an extremely rigorous method that makes it a valid means of assessing language skills.
- All candidates receive a certificate of results that grades them at one of six levels (from A1 to C2) on the competency scale defined by the Council of Europe (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages). This means that it is not possible to fail the TCF.
- Since December 2002, the TCF has been certified in accordance with ISO 9001:2000 standard
Since 16 October 2006, the Quebec Ministry of Immigration (MICC) has required people submitting applications to immigrate to Quebec to provide proof of their level of competency in French by taking the "TCF pour le Québec", or TCF test for Quebec.
This test can only be taken by people who submit an immigration application at a Quebec immigration office or at Délégations Générales du Québec, Quebec government offices abroad.
|Al Khobar||Exam on||Registration before|
|TCF QUÉBEC||July 8th||June 11th|
|TCF QUÉBEC||September 15th||August 20th|
|TCF QUÉBEC||November 3rd||October 8th|
|TCF QUÉBEC||December 15th||November 19th|
|TCF Québec||1800 SAR|
|TCF DAP||700 SAR|
|TCF ANF||900 SAR|
|TCF TP (5 épreuves)||1800 SAR|
For Further information about TCF diploma: http://www.ciep.fr/en/tcf