French – Expert

The student is able to understand virtually everything they hear or read with ease. The student is able to summarise information from various spoken and written sources, reconstruct arguments and explanations and present them in context. The student is able to express himself/herself spontaneously, very fluently and precisely and understands more subtle shades of meaning even in more difficult situations.

DALF C2

  • general French exam at level C1
  • minimum number of completed instruction hours: 1060-1200
  • the exam includes:
    • listening
    • reading
    • writing
    • oral testing
  • all four parts of the exam are scored, with a maximum of 25 points to be obtained from each part
  • the candidate must receive at least 50 points out of 100 in order to pass the exam

TCF

  • general French exam, in which the level of proficiency is determined by a point score
  • the candidate must achieve 600-699 points for level C2
  • the exam includes three compulsory and two optional parts
  • the compulsory part lasts a total of 1 hour 25 minutes:
    • listening (25 minutes)
    • use of language (15 minutes)
    • reading (45 minutes)
    • optional part
    • speaking (12 minutes)
    • writing (60 minutes)

TCF RI

  • this exam tests the ability to communicate in the field of international relations and diplomacy
  • this exam makes it possible to obtain certification from level A1 to C2
  • the candidate must achieve 600-699 points for level C2
  • the exam includes three compulsory and two optional parts
  • the compulsory part lasts a total of 1 hour 30 minutes:
    • listening
    • use of the language
    • reading
  • optional part
    • speaking (15 minutes)
    • writing (1 hour 45 minutes)

TEF

  • general French exam, in which the level of proficiency is determined by a point score
  • the candidate must achieve 600-699 points for level C2
  • this test is created by the Center de langue française for the Paris Chamber of Industry and Commerce (CCIP)
  • candidates of all levels take the same test
  • the exam includes: listening, comprehension of the text, optionally also writing and/or speaking,
  • it is also possible to undergo it in a variant intended for applicants for immigration to Canada – TEF Canada – or Québec – TEFaQ

DFP Affaires C2

  • this exam tests knowledge of business French at level C2
  • minimum number of completed instruction hours: approximately 900 hours
  • the exam includes:
    • comprehension of a text
    • independent writing
    • listening
    • independent speaking

State Language Exam Special – Interpreters

this exam tests the knowledge of the French language for the field of interpreting at the C2 level

  • minimum number of completed instruction hours: approximately 1000 hours
  • the exam is organized by language schools with accreditation for state language examinations throughout the Czech Republic
  • the exam includes:
    • written part (180 minutes, consists of listening)
    • oral test (40-45 minutes)

Special State Language Exam – Translators

Special State Language Exam – Translators is an exam testing knowledge of the French language

  • minimum number of completed instruction hours: approximately 1000 hours
  • the exam is organized by language schools with accreditation for state language examinations throughout the Czech Republic
  • the exam includes:
    • written part (240 minutes, reading, translation of texts and writing),
    • oral test (25-30 minutes)

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