FRENCH EXAM FOR ADMISSION TO THE UNIVERSITÉ DE MONTRÉAL
The Test d'évaluation de français pour l'accès au Québec (TEFAQ) is a general French test used by the Université de Montréal for admission. This test measures the level of knowledge and skills in oral and written comprehension of French.
The official TEFAQ certificate indicates the distribution of scores for each module as well as detailed comments for the different competencies.
It is up to the candidate to choose all the required modules.
The minimum TEFAQ CO and CE requirement is a B2 level (upper intermediate) in the following 2 modules.
CO reflects real-life situations: conversations, extracts from radio programs, public announcements, etc.
60 multiple choice questions - 40 minutes
Computer-based. Candidates have individual headsets.
The CE consists of 4 sections 50 questions
Timed at 50 minutes
A: Who, what, where, where, when, why?
B: Understand the details
C: Understanding logic
D: Understand the general meaning of the text
A valid copy of your passport or permanent resident card is required.
For on-line registrations, please send a copy by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Places are limited and are reserved on a first come, first served basis.
- Please verify your choice of modules before registering as all fees are non-refundable.
- No changes will be permitted.
- Candidates must respect a two-month wait period between two test dates. If this 60-day period is not respected, the test fees will be lost as there are no refunds nor changes possible.
On Exam Day
BRING your valid PASSPORT, PERMANENT RESIDENCE CARD or DRIVER'S LICENCE
no other ID is accepted)
ARRIVE a minimum of 15 minutes before the scheduled exam time
or you will not be permitted to take the test and there will be no refunds possible.