There are different types of TCF exams. Some are directed at candidates wishing to assess their level of proficiency in French for immigration applications to Canada or Quebec, for French citizenship applications or to go study in France. You will find more information about the different TCF down below and on the website of France Éducation International (in French).
TCF: Test de Connaissance du Français / French Language Test. Click here to learn more about the test. It's issued by the French Ministry of Education and remains valid for 2 years.
The TCF exam allows you to certify your French level for professional, personal or academic purposes. Learn
The TCF Canada is for immigration and naturalization purposes in Canada. Learn
The TCF Quebec is for immigration purposes in Quebec. Learn more here.
The TCF French resident is for people applying for a long-term residency in France. Learn more here.
The TCF French citizenship is for people applying to become a French citizen. Learn more here.
Your registration will be completed once we receive both your form and payment.
On the day of the exam, we will take a picture of you to confirm your identity.
By registering and paying for the examination, you agree to our terms and conditions of the TCF examination and you certify that you have read all the necessary documents.
You won’t be able to enter the exam if you don’t have the ID you signed up with on the form or if you arrive after the exam officially began.
The biggest part of the exam will be on computer, at the Alliance française of Edmonton.
Unless clearly advised otherwise, all exams are organised at the Alliance française of Edmonton location. Your complete registration (form + payment) needs to be received, at the latest, 10 days before your exam date.
TCF Canada: $390
Results will take 6 to 8 weeks. We will let you know when your certificate is available for pick-up at the Alliance française of Edmonton. If you cannot come and pick them up, we can arrange to have them mailed to you: you will need to provide us with a Large (33x25.4cm) prepaid envelop with your name and address on it.
Results assigned by national juries are final. The Alliance française of Edmonton is not grading the exam and cannot be held responsible
for the results obtained by the candidate.
If you failed the exam, you may take it again 30 days after the last time you took it.