Instructions can be confusing even when you are reading them in your own language. Now, imagine reading an instruction in another language. You might not be sure what to do. That’s not a good thing to experience while writing and exam. You really do want to be clear on how to answer or what to answer.
Well, that’s why we write these blogs. We write blogs about the instructions that you will encounter on exams; in this section, you will find blogs about the instructions for the TCF exam. You’ll be able to read about what kinds of questions there are and what is expected of you for each type of question. You’ll see examples of what’s on a TCF exam, so you can get much needed exposure to the exam.
We blog on the optional and mandatory sections of the exam, too. After reading the blogs, you should be able to sit for a TCF exam and know what to do for each part. There won’t be any nasty surprises or blank moments for you. You should understand what parts everyone has to sit for (mandatory) and the sections that not everyone takes (optional).
Don’t skip over the blogs, figuring that you will be fine on your exam day. Take some of your time and get acquainted with the instructions and format of the TCF and what your options are.