The TFI? test is used by language learners of all levels, regardless of background, as a fair and objective measure of French proficiency.
The test examines Listening and Reading comprehension skills and uses common everyday vocabulary, phrases and key expressions that reflect real-world tasks. Test takers do not need to have special knowledge beyond that of a person who uses written and oral French in everyday activities.
Who Uses the TFI Test and Why?
Institutions use the TFI test for:
- placing incoming and continuing students in appropriate class levels
- evaluating student proficiency by repeated testing
- selecting individuals for training to be conducted in French
- measuring individual progress and proficiency level following French-language training
How Does ETS Protect the Integrity of the TFI Test?
ETS uses standardized and secured testing procedures to ensure that:
- test takers have the same testing experience no matter the place and time
- no test taker is unfairly advantaged or disadvantaged
- test scores remain fair and comparable across administrations
How Do You Register for the TFI Test?
Learn more about registering for a TFI testing session in Canada and other countries.