You plan on going for the TCF. Naturally, you’ll want to get a good score. Who doesn’t? The problem is that you’re not really sure how to achieve a good score, and you’re not even sure how the scoring works on the TCF. You need to get a clear picture of these details if you want to prepare well and get a great score on the TCF.

In our blogs, we take you through the details of the TCF scoring, so you will know what is expected of you. This is an important first step in test preparation—-knowing what points there are to score. We also give you a number of helpful tips on what to do for each section of the exam. And we show you how your TCF score relates to the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) levels, which a lot of employers and schools use.

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What are the different levels?

2021-09-20T11:32:41+02:00February 27th, 2020|

The Test de connaissance du français (TCF) is a language placement test for non-native speakers of French. It is administered by [...]

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