Exams and certificates

CREIPAC, in partnership with the University of New Caledonia, offers the TCF, DAEFLE, and DELF/DALF exams

The TCF exam is a language test for non-French speakers.

Attributing candidates one of the six levels from the European Framework, the TCF indicates whether a person has the required French level to enter a French university or work in the Francophone business world.

EXAMS

SESSION 1: Wednesday 27th May 2020 (enrolment deadline: Thursday 14th May)

SESSION 2: Wednesday 4th November 2020 (enrolment deadline: Friday 2nd October)

Compulsory paper: 17 000 CFP

 

Optional Speaking paper : 12 000 CFP

Optional Writing paper : 13 500 CFP

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS
  • Completed Enrolment form
  • Photo ID
  • Proof of payment

You will be notified 15 days prior to the exam date. The results will be released a month after the exam.

To prepare for the exam, visit TV5 monde to find listening comprehension, grammar and reading activities.

The TCF ANF was specially created in January 2012 to meet the new requirements introduced by the French Home Office, the Overseas Department, Local Councils and the Ministry of Immigration to test the French language knowledge of applicants for French nationality.

TCF ANF exam preparation classes are given at CREIPAC. Simulations, tests, advice and training. Exam preparation classes start two and a half weeks prior to the exam.

 

(10 hours class preparation in august for 20 000 xpf)

EXAMS

Session 1: Tuesday 25th August 2020 (enrolment deadline: Friday 31th July)

Session 2: Tuesday 3rd November 2020 (enrolment deadline: Friday 2nd October)

 

You MUST be able to read in French to carry out the exam.

Fee: 15 500CFP

11 000F for CREIPAC students

Preparation fee: 2000 XPF / hour

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS
  • Completed Enrolment form
  • Photo ID
  • Proof of payment

You will be notified 15 days prior to the exam date. The results will be released a month after the exam.

To prepare for the exam, visit TV5 monde to find listening comprehension, grammar and reading activities.

The TCF exam is a language test for non-French speakers.

Attributing candidates one of the six levels from the European Framework, the TCF indicates whether a person has the required French level to enter a French university or work in the francophone business world.

EXAMS

The TCF Quebec has been specifically created to meet the requirements of the Ministry of Immigration and Cultural Communities and to meet the requirements of people wishing to settle in Quebec.

The TCF Québec comprises 4 TESTS :

Listening (29 questions)

Speaking (3 productions)

Reading (29 questions)

Writing (3 productions)

Session 1: Wednesday 27th May 2020 (enrolment deadline: Thursday 14th May)

Session 2: Wednesday 3rd November 2020 (enrolment deadline: Friday 2nd October)

Fees : 8 000 CFP per paper

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS
  • Completed Enrolment form
  • Photo ID
  • Proof of payment

You will be notified 15 days prior to the exam date. The results will be released a month after the exam.

TCF Canada is for any individual, regardless of his or her nationality and native language (including French citizens and citizens of Francophone countries), who would like to initiate the process for permanent economic immigration or for Canadian citizenship through Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). There are no exemptions for the TCF Canada.

The TCF Canada is a test that has been approved by IRCC.

 

The TCF Canada consists of four mandatory parts. It evaluates general French language proficiency in listening comprehension, reading comprehension, speaking and writing.

There are :

  • 39 multiple choice questions for listening comprehension
  • 39 multiple choice questions for the reading comprehension with only one correct answer possible
  • 3 speaking tasks, organized according to a progressively increasing level of difficulty
  • 3 writing tasks, also with a progressively increasing level of difficulty.

The levels correspond to the benchmarks specified by the European Framework for Language Learning, Teaching and Evaluation as well as the Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB).

EXAMS

1st session : tuesday 12 may 2020 (last subscription : thursday 30 april)

4 tests

Rates : 32 000 XPF

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS
  • Completed Enrolment form
  • Photo ID
  • Proof of payment

You will be notified 15 days prior to the exam date. The results will be released a month after the exam.

The DAEFLE (Diplôme d’Aptitude à l’Enseignement du Français Langue Etrangère) will test your skills in teaching French to non francophone students.

daefle
ACCESS TEST

The access test is now on-line.
However, a complete file (a completed inscription form, a photocopy of your Baccalauréat certificate or an equivalent qualification and payment) must be sent to be able to receive the connection codes.

Session 1: between Tuesday 19th and Friday 29th May 2020 (enrolment closes on Friday 3td April)

Session 2: between Thursday 26th November and Friday 4th December 2020 (enrolment closes on Friday 9th October)

Fee: 9000 CFP

FINAL EXAMEN

Documents to be sent: completed enrolment form, notification of the 6 units taken, payment (cheque, cash, credit card, on-line payment)

Session 1: Wednesday 10th June 2020 (enrolment closes on Thursday 30 April)

Session 2: Wednesday 9th December 2020 (enrolment closes on Wednesday 4th November)

Fee : 36 000 CFP

DELF and DALF exams are official diplomas recognized by the French Ministry of education. This examination is aimed to :

  • foreign candidates
  • French citizens (from a non- French speaking country)
  • non-holder of secondary or university French state school

who wish to have their French skills certified.

 

DELF and DALF exams are composed of six independent diplomas. The candidate can, according to its level enroll in the exam of his choice.

DELF exam preparation are given to CREIPAC (10H): simulation, test, advice, and training in both reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. Classes are addressed to all six levels of the CEFR: A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2.

EXAMS

SESSION 1: Wednesday 13th, Thursday 14th and Friday 15th May 2020 at CREIPAC (enrolment deadline before April 30th )

SESSION 2: Wednesday 22th, Thursday 23th and Friday 24th July 2020 at the University of New Caledonia (enrolment deadline before June 24th )

 

Fees

DELF A1 or A2: 5000F

DELF B1: 10 000F

DELF B2: 20 000F

DALF C1 or C2: 22 000F

Required documents :

      • Completed Enrolment form
      • Photo ID
      • Proof of payment

You will be notified 15 days prior to the exam date. The results will be released a month after the exam.