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French Placement Test
French Placement Test
This online placement test is a good way for us to better understand your needs, in order to be able to recommend the course best adapted to your current proficiency level. This test takes about 30 minutes to complete. To ensure an even more accurate placement, you have also the opportunity to meet the program Coordinator for a short conversation and advice regarding your assessment. We suggest you to go through a little self-assessment to know which test you should take. If you score too low to this test, you will be redirected to the test matching the level just below the one you have chosen during the self-assessment and if you score very high, you will be asked to take the test matching the level above the one you have chosen.
Please fill out your information and complete the accurate test after your self-assessment here:
Beginners Level: (A1 Of The Common European Framework Of Reference For Languages CEFR)
In the recent past, you took French lessons for a period of less than a year, only a few hours a week or you took French in High-School or in College for several years but it was a long time ago; then, you should take the Beginners test to know more about your level.
Pre-Intermediate Levels: (A2 Of The CEFR)
In the recent past, you took French lessons for more than a year and less than 2 years with good results; then, you should take the Pre-Intermediate test to know more about your level.
Intermediate Levels: (B1 Of The CEFR)
You are confident with your level in French, you are at ease when you speak, you took French for anywhere between 4 and 10 years in school and managed to practice on and off until now (through reading, travels, classes, work assignments...) or in the recent past, you took French lessons for more than 3 years with good results or you studied in France; then, you should take the Intermediate test to know more about your level.