French – Very Advanced

A very advanced student is able to express himself / herself fluently and spontaneously, without too obvious a search for expressions. The student is able to understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts, and recognise implicit meaning. The student is able to use language flexibly and effectively for social, academic and professional purposes. The student is able to produce clear, well-structured, detailed text on complex subjects.

DALF C1

  • general French exam at level C1
  • minimum number of completed instruction hours: approximately 810-950 hours
  • 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

ECL C1

  • general French exam at level C1
  • the exam includes:
    • reading (45 minutes)
    • writing (75 minutes)
    • listening (35-40 minutes)
    • oral testing (based on level 13-21 minutes, conducted with two candidates)

TCF

  • general French exam, in which the level of proficiency is determined by a point score
  • the candidate must achieve 500-599 points for level C1
  • 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 500-599 points for level C1
  • 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)

STANAG 6001 3

Standardization Agreement 6001 level 3

  • intermediate level exam designed to test language skills of employees of NATO and the Czech Army
  • assessment of four skills in the order of listening, speaking, reading, writing
  • the exam includes:
    • listening (50 minutes)
    • reading (60-65 minutes)
    • writing (90 minutes)
    • oral testing (20-25 minutes, conducted with one candidate)

TEF

  • general French exam, in which the level of proficiency is determined by a point score
  • the candidate must achieve 500-599 points for level C1
  • 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 C1

  • this exam tests knowledge of business French at level C1
  • minimum number of completed instruction hours: approximately 500 hours
  • the exam includes:
    • reading and understanding business language
    • listening and writing
    • reading and writing (2 hours)
    • oral testing (30 minutes)

TFI

  • this exam tests knowledge of French for work practice, in which progress is determined by a point score
  • the candidate must obtain at least 395 points from the listening part and 430 points from the reading for level C1
  • the exam is written only – it consists of 180 questions and tests the comprehension of read and heard texts
  • the exam takes a total of 110 minutes

State Language Exam Basic

general French exam at level C1

  • minimum number of completed instruction hours: approximately 800 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, writing, listening and use of the language – grammatical and lexical structures)
    • oral test (25-30 minutes)

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