Q1. How many levels of french are there to test proficiency? What level is required to write TEF/TCF or other immigration exams?
Ans : There are total 6 levels, i.e. A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 and C2. To write the test TEF/TCF or immigration exams, one must learn uptil an upper intermediate level B2.
Q2. How French Tweets facilitates the immigration aspirants by French learning?
Ans. French Tweets is an online french learning platform. Our services facilitate French learners through YouTube videos and live online classes by global French Experts for DELF, DALF, TEF Canada, TCF, TEFAQ and other immigration exams.
Q3. How are the classes conducted?
Ans. The classes are conducted through an interactive online platform.
Q4. How are the classes planned? Do we get prepared for the immigration test through the french classes offered by French Tweets.
Ans. For A1 one hour session for weekdays & two hours session on weekends. Then A2 onwards we offer 2 hours sessions each . It looks like it will be limited time but it will take a lot of days. This is the shortest possible we offer as compared to elsewhere . Once you confirm we add you to whatsapp group where the teacher is linked all time and makes you do activities as per the topics treated in class. So it's more than the actual hours listed.
We have planned the course as per the Delf standard, B1 onwards we integrate TEF specific learning. Even our B2 TEF integrated programme is planned in a way that can help you reach your goal. As we do alternate days sessions so in between class days there is a lot of work and activities which are done. A lot of effort is put in between class days also .
We also offer TEF Speaking and Writing specific courses for those who are specifically looking to improve upon these two competencies. Moreover we have also been offering TEF specific preparation course where the learners get to practices under exam conditions with a lot of mock tests including all four parts Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing.
Q5. What days classes are being conducted?
Ans. The classes are conducted during the week, alternate day or on weekends.
Q6 What will be the size of the batch?
Ans We make small batches, so prior bookings are done. This includes 5-8 persons only for individual attention.
Q7. Will the study material be provided by French Tweets?
Ans. All relevant study material (worksheets, PDFs, PPTs, books and other resources) is provided beforehand. Lessons given by the expert covers the topics highlighted in the plan as decided before.
Q8. How are spoken skills improved upon during the live online sessions?
Ans. This can be improved through individual class participation with the use of presentations, group activities, general discussions and other ways.
Q9. How is after class support provided to learners by the experts?
Ans. We recommend that you join the invitation of French Tweets for the social network platform where the Learners of your batch remain connected with you along with the members of French Tweets and your Batch expert. This is only to facilitate active learning and discussion on topics dealt in class. This is how effective communication related to learning sessions during the class days is maintained.
Q10. Are there any class assessments?
Ans. There is always a continuous evaluation, during the online sessions. An assessment is conducted before enrolling to the next level.
Q11. What is the eligibility criteria to give TEF/TCF?
Ans: Both exams are open to anyone 16 years or older. But candidates are required to complete till B2 level, which is a higher proficiency level in french.
Q12. Is DELF necessary for writing TEF/TCF?
Ans: It's not necessary to write the DELF exam, but learning should be done as per DELF standards. Our courses globally cover the DELF syllabus and we prepare you to write the TEF or any other immigration exams.
Q13.How long is TEF and TCF Valid?
Ans: All the TEF and TCF results variants are valid for the duration of two (2) years from the date of test result announcements.
Q 14. What’s the difference between TEF Canada and TCF Canada?
Ans: There isn't much difference between these two exams. Both have almost the similar difficulty levels and are equally accepted by the Candian government. They differ mainly because of:
The format of the tests.
The time limit
The Number of the questions
Test centres and fees.
Q 15. What is the difficulty level for TEF/ TCF?
Ans: Both are comparable from the complexities of the language perspective. It would assist if you have the same level of at least DELF B2 to obtain the highest points. Both are considered as international exams and follow the standard of French as per the official guidelines.
Q 16: How do we register for french tweets?
Ans: For Live online classes from our French experts. You can register yourself through the website.
Q 17 How do we register for TCF/ TEF/TCFQ/TEFAQ?
Ans : The accredited centers hold these examinations year-round around the world. To register for either of these four tests, find a testing center near you and choose the date. Then, fill the form, select the location, and pay the required fees. When you register, they might ask you for a photocopy of the official ID card ( driving license, passport, etc. ) along with a photograph and signature. Also, carry the same ID proof to the test center.
Q 18. How much time is required for the results for TEF / TCF ?
Ans: Official certificates of the results to each candidate will be given in 4 to 6 weeks after the exam date through mail.
Q 19. What are the fees for the TEF and TCF Canada exam?
Ans: The registration fees for TEF/ TCF/ TEFAQ and TCFQ depend specifically on the test centers and the country where the candidate is planning to take them.
Q 20. How many times can a candidate take these examinations?
Ans: Candidates can appear for as many tests as they want. There is no restriction.
Q 21. Is it possible to write TEF at a later age ( for zero / no level in french proficiency) ?
Ans: Yes, candidates can write the exam at any age. There is no specific age bar.
Q 22. What is Express Entry?
Ans: Express Entry is a programme for Immigration to Canada.
Q23 What score is needed for Express Entry ?
Ans: Score should be more than 460, for express entry.
Q 24. I have a DELF or DALF certification. Do I need to take the TCF or TEF?
Ans: Yes, TCF Canada and TEF Canada are the only two certifications which are accepted by IRCC for economic immigration applications and Canadian citizenship. Quebec has two more alternatives, i.e., TEFAQ and TCFAQ, other than DELF, DALF, TEF and TCF Canada.