1) What is the Mock Test of the TEF?
This Mock Test is simulated according to the structure of the TEF test, implemented by the Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry, so that candidates can better prepare for the TEF. After taking the test, participants will be given an analytical assessment, which describes their strengths and weaknesses based on the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR), in each of the four test skills. In order to improve their language level, candidates can also benefit from he advice of experienced teachers and their TEF preparation courses.
Candidates can manage and plan their times to participate in this online exam by allowing themselves to stay at home. Advice and support from experts help them prepare at their own pace within the desired time frame.
All these services aim to guide candidates in their financial and economic planning and to avoid them wasting their time and energy.
4) How is the certificate of results of the Mock Test issued?
The candidate will be notified of their test result in all four skills within 3-5 business days. The candidate's level of French is determined according to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR). This evaluation is delivered in an analytical form and the strengths and weaknesses of the candidate are explained. The candidate can receive his certificate by referring to his user account in the system.
6) What are the test intervals and dates?
The Mock Test of the TEF is planned in such a way that candidates can choose the appropriate day and time from a wide range of times according to their personal schedule and participate in this test via only Internet access without move in person.
7) How long does the test last?
The duration of this Mock Test is in line with the TEF in each of the four skills. The candidate first starts the test with the Reading Comprehension skill and answers 50 test questions for 60 minutes, after a 5-minute break, starts the Listening comprehension section and continues for 40 minutes, again after a 5-minute break. 5 minutes, he enters the written production part and writes for 60 minutes on the two topics presented and in the final section, after a break of 5 minutes, he begins a conversation with the examiner for 15 minutes.
8) Who are the TEF examiners?
TEF examiners are experienced teachers in FLE and international exams around the world.