French proficiency assessment

Old Aug 23rd 2003, 7:40 pm
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John C. Baker
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Default French proficiency assessment

Hiya everybody,

After doing the math on the CIC website, I've got 74 points (with no
arranged employment) not counting the second official language pints. I
myself figure that I have basic proficiency in reading and listening to
French after two semesters of university French, giving me 76 points.

How is the proficiency in the second language assessed? Will I have to
take a test? Will a college transcript with passing introductory French
grades otherwise be sufficient?
 
Old Aug 24th 2003, 2:38 am
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Jim Humphries
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You would have to take the TEF - another language test, and its not likely
to help, judging by your limited French experience.
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"John C. Baker" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Hiya everybody,
    > After doing the math on the CIC website, I've got 74 points (with no
    > arranged employment) not counting the second official language pints. I
    > myself figure that I have basic proficiency in reading and listening to
    > French after two semesters of university French, giving me 76 points.
    > How is the proficiency in the second language assessed? Will I have to
    > take a test? Will a college transcript with passing introductory French
    > grades otherwise be sufficient?
 

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