The TCF is the Test de connaissance du français. It’s an exam that tests how well a non-native French speaker can use and understand French. If you are planning on immigrating to France or Québec, it’s really needed. Maybe you want a job with a French multi-national, then a TCF score on your CV will help. Whatever your reason for taking the TCF, you will benefit by reading our blogs on it.
In one of the blogs, we tell you about the format, scoring and prices and a bunch of other useful stuff. It’s a great way to familiarize yourself with the TCF and take the first steps in preparation.
A lot of people skip these steps and jump right into studying, but you really do need to know what it is you are preparing for and things like how the exam is scored so that you can prepare properly and not waste a lot of time.
Did you know that there are different versions of the TCF? We let you know about that, and we talk about what’s on the TCF tout public version in one blog.
Slow down a minute and take the time to read our blogs. We’ve put together really good info for you.