Assess your standard with the French Language Test (TCF), rapid and official proof!

The TCF assesses your competence in French and places you on the scale of CEFR* levels. The result obtained in this test gives you a certificate of level valid for two years.

There are five types of TCF: the General TCF, TCF Québec, TCF Canada, TCF DAP and TCF ANF. We organise several sessions each year.

What TCF is for you?

The General TCF allows the assessment of your standard of oral and written expression. The questions follow the principle of gradually increasing difficulty.

Who is it for?

For anyone wishing to assess their competence in French for personal, academic or professional purposes.

The full General TCF (mandatory + additional examinations) is required by most French universities to accept applications by foreign students in their various study departments (faculties). Please contact your university for information on its requirements before enrolling.

Mandatory examinations

Mandatory examinations last 1 hour 25 minutes and include 76 multiple choice questions, assessing your oral comprehension, your command of the language structure and your written comprehension.

Additional examinations

The additional examinations assess your standard of written and oral expression. The oral expression examination lasts 12 minutes and the written expression examination lasts 1 hour.

More information on the General TCF

The TCF Québec is a test of linguistic standard in French, in line with the standards for the Ministry of Immigration, Diversity and Inclusion (MIDI) within the framework of an immigration application for Québec.

Who is it for?

This test is reserved for the exclusive use of candidates making an application in an immigration office or a General Delegation in Québec.

Examinations

This test involves four examinations:

  • Oral comprehension examination: 25 minutes
  • Written comprehension examination: 45 minutes
  • Oral expression examination: 12 minutes
  • Written expression examination: 1 hour

More information about TCF Québec

he TCF Canada is a test of linguistic standard in French, in line with the standards for Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) within the framework of an immigration application for Canada (expect Québec).

Who is it for?

This test is reserved for the exclusive use of candidates making an application in an immigration office or a General Delegation in Canada. Test results are accepted for economic migration or application for Citizenship.

Examinations

This test involves four examinations:

  • Oral comprehension examination: 35 minutes
  • Written comprehension examination: 1 hour
  • Oral expression examination: 12 minutes
  • Written expression examination: 1 hour

More information on the TCF for Canada

The TCF for Access to French Nationality (TCF ANF) was specifically designed for people applying for French nationality, for any request for French nationality through marriage or naturalisation. It enables the exclusive assessment of oral comprehension and expression in French. The TCF ANF certifies a B1 language level, in compliance with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

Who is it for?

For anyone wishing to apply for French nationality. You cannot use the TCF ANF to join a French university or to apply for immigration to Québec, for example.

Examinations

The TCF ANF includes 4 mandatory examinations: oral comprehension (25 minutes), writing comprehension (45 minutes), writing expression (30 minutes) and oral expression (12 minutes).

More information on the TCF ANF
More information on obtaining French nationality

The TCF for Preliminary Admission Application (TCF DAP) is for anyone having applied for preliminary admission to French Universities.

Who is it for?

For any person who does not hold a DELF B2 or a DALF, wishing to register for the first cycle of university (licence 1 or licence 2) in France or in a French architectural school.

Please note:

We only accept candidates who have already submitted a “Preliminary Admission Application” with the French Embassy in Belgium. To request this, please go to the website of the French Embassy in Belgium.

Examinations

The TCF DAP lasts 3 hours and includes 2 examinations:

  • an assessment of the standard of oral comprehension, grammar/vocabulary and written comprehension (1 hour 30 minutes)
  • an assessment of written expression skills with two exercises: a data commentary of at least 200 words and an argument of at least 300 words (1 hour 30 minutes)

More information on the TCF DAP

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Tariffs

General TCF TCF Quebec TCF Canada TCF-ANF TCF-DAP
200 € 200 € 200 € 165 € 165 €

General Sales Conditions for the TCF

Your enrolment is deemed to be your acceptance of our general sales conditions which you are invited to consult.

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