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The TFI is now correlated to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFRL).
The TFI is a French language proficiency test for people working or seeking to work in a French-speaking environment and for whom French is a foreign language.
What are the advantages of the TFI?
French is spoken daily by more than 170 million people around the world and is widely used in international and professional environments. A student willing to study or work in a francophone country or in a multilingual international environment can testify their French language proficiency level thanks to the test results, acknowledged worldwide as valid and reliable.
Who uses this test?
- Managers and human resource departments for recruitment.
- Companies using the test to define the language levels required for each position.
- Universities and higher education institutions to certify French language proficiency; the results are also used as admission criteria or to validate a diploma.
- Language schools to create homogenous level groups and to certify a student’s progress at the end of a program.
- Students and employees choose to take the test to assess their proficiency level in an academic or professional environment.
How is it marked?
The results depend on the number of correct answers. All the correct answers of each section are converted into a single grade according to a predefined grading system.
Each candidate receives three test scores: one for the “oral comprehension” phase, another one for the “written comprehension” section, and a final global score, which is the sum of both. For these two examinations, the minimum score is 5 points and the maximum score is 495 points. Consequently, the final score ranges from 10 to 990 points. The assessment system converting scores on a common scale guarantees that two similar results correspond to an equivalent level in French.
The TFI’s official website: https://www.etsglobal.org/Fr/Eng/Tests-Preparation/The-TFI-Test
What is the TOEIC?
For more than 35 years, the TOEIC test has been the global standard to measure workplace English-language communication skills. The TOEIC assessment family, including the TOEIC Listening and Reading test and the TOEIC Bridge test, are used by more than 14,000 businesses, organizations, and government agencies in 150 countries around the world.
The TOEIC Speaking and Writing test has joined the TOEIC family since 2009 to assess a candidate’s oral and written expression proficiency level.
– International recognition,
– reliable results: the tests are corrected twice, sometimes three times (human correction),
– personalized assessments and detailed score results,
– in accordance with the CEFRL (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages).
The creation process of the different TOEIC tests is on par with the highest quality standards, in order to guarantee reliable, valid, and fair results.
Why should you take the TOEIC Speaking and Writing examination?
Students and employees include their TOEIC scores in their resume, for a reliable assessment of their English language proficiency level.
The TOEIC is presented in a simple, easy-to-understand format.
Scores range from 10 to 990 points:
255 – 400: Elementary proficiency. Speaker has functional, but limited proficiency. They are able to maintain very simple one-to-one conversations on familiar topics.
405 – 600: Elementary proficiency plus. The candidate can initiate and maintain predictable one-to-one conversations and satisfy limited social demands.
605 – 780: Limited working proficiency. The speaker is able to satisfy most social demands and limited work requirements.
785 – 900: Working proficiency plus. The speaker is able to satisfy most work requirements with language that is often, but not always, adapted, acceptable and effective.
905 – 990: International working proficiency. The speaker is able to communicate effectively in any situation.
The TOEIC test is not an exam that you pass or fail.
The required English proficiency level may be different depending on your occupation or assignment. The TOEIC assesses different proficiency levels as it has been specially designed to evaluate the different uses of language in a professional setting. Candidates can take this test to assess and certify their professional English language proficiency level.
Many companies rely on the TOEIC to define their criteria and require a minimum TOEIC score for their employees to be able to occupy a specific position. It doesn’t mean that the person has achieved or failed at this test. It only means that their English proficiency level matches the criteria defined by a specific company or language institute.
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The TOEIC’s official website: https://www.etsglobal.org/Fr/Eng/Tests-Preparation/The-TOEIC-Tests