Online TEF & TCF  preparation for Canadian Citizenship & Immigration

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    Our Curriculum

    • Conversations with drawings

    • Understanding dialogues

    • Daily life documents

    • Understand simple everyday documents

    • Directed interview Answer the following questions orally

    • Monologue: Choose a topic and express yourself.

    • Interaction exercise Choose a topic. Act out the situation with the examiner.

    • Type of document: the start of a press article/a music festival etc (news section)

    • Objective: write the rest of the article (40 words minimum)

    • Public announcements, answering machine messages, sidewalk microphones

    • Understanding short messages

    • Gaps in sentences and texts

    • Understand the general meaning of a sentence and a text

    • Type of document: an advertisement or announcement of daily life (job offer, offer of services, leisure, housing, etc.

    • Purpose: to obtain information about this document

    • Ask ten questions → Your examiner plays the role of your contact.

    • Monologue: Choose a topic and express yourself. (5 minutes)

    • Document type: the beginning of an article

    • Objective: write the rest of the article (80 words minimum)

    • Complete this article: – by adding a text of at least 80 words; by making several paragraphs.

    • Radio chronicles, interviews, radio reports

    • Understanding interviews

    • Fast reading of texts and graphics

    • Understand various series of documents

    • Administrative and professional documents

    • Understand administrative and professional documents

    • Type of document: an advertisement or announcement of daily life (job offer, offer of services, leisure, housing, etc.)

    • Purpose: to obtain information about this document

    • Ask ten questions. → Your examiner plays the role of your contact.

    • Monologue: Choose a topic and express yourself. (5 minutes) (Exposé)

    • type of document: an advertisement or announcement of daily life (job offer, offer of services, leisure, public announcement, etc.)

    • Objective: – present the document to the examiner – argue to convince him to participate in the situation described (7 minutes)

    • Type of document: a sentence taken from a newspaper

    • Objective: express your point of view and justify it (150 words minimum)

    • Write a letter to the newspaper to say what you think

    • Various audio documents

    • Understand various everyday documents

    • Press articles

    • Understanding press articles

    • Type of document: an advertisement or announcement of daily life (job offer, offer of services, leisure, public announcement, etc.)

    • Objective: – present the document to the examiner – argue to convince him to participate in the situation described (10 minutes)

    • Type of document: a sentence taken from a newspaper

    • Objective: express your point of view and justify it (200 words minimum)

    • Write a letter to the newspaper to say what you think

    • Write a letter to the newspaper to say what you think (200 words minimum).

    • Develop at least 3 arguments to defend your point of view

    Teaching Methodology

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    Practice Exercises

    We use authentic TEF Canada practice materials to simulate exam conditions.

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    Discussion Forums

    Set up online discussion forums where students can ask questions, discuss challenges, and share tips with each other.

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    Mock Tests

    We administer mock exams periodically to familiarize them with the exam format and time constraints.

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    Interactive Activities

    We incorporate interactive activities such as role-plays, debates, and storytelling to enhance speaking and writing skills.

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    Regular Assessments

    We implement regular assessments to track students' progress and identify any gaps in their understanding.

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    Continuous Support

    We offer ongoing support through email, chat, or virtual office hours to address students' questions and concerns outside of scheduled sessions.

    Why Kochiva?

    Our Trainers

    Meet Prarthana
    • 5+ years of experience
    • DALF C1 certified
    • Translation & interpretations skills
    Meet Prerna
    • 5+ years of experience
    • C1 certified
    • Classroom management
    • Translation skills

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    Frequently Asked Questions.

    The time needed to prepare for the TEF Canada exam varies for everyone. On an average, dedicating 2-3 months of consistent and focused study is recommended. However, it ultimately depends on your current French proficiency and learning pace.

    TEF has multiple sections, each with its own language requirements. In general, you should aim for at least CLB level 7, which is equivalent to the B2 level. Specific requirements may vary, so it's essential to check the details for each section of the TEF exam.

    TEF Canada can be challenging, but with proper preparation and practice, it is manageable. The difficulty level varies for everyone based on their language skills. Consistent practice and understanding of the exam format can significantly improve your performance.

    The duration to prepare for the TEF exam with Kochiva varies based on your current French skills and how you approach your studies. However, Kochiva covers TEF Canada exam preparation in 300+ hours. We ensure that students understand French and converse fluently like native speakers.

    The TEF exam fees in India range from Rs 15,000 to Rs 40,000, depending on the number of papers you take. If you need to cancel or reschedule before the registration deadline, there's a non-refundable charge of approx Rs 6,000. It's advisable to check the official TEF website or contact the nearest testing center for the most accurate and up-to-date information on fees.

    TEF and TCF are both language proficiency exams, but they have different formats and focuses. Some find TEF more suitable for immigration purposes, while TCF may be preferred for academic purposes. The difficulty level is subjective, and individuals may find one exam more manageable based on their strengths. It's recommended to review the content and format of both exams to determine which aligns better with your goals.

    Kochiva has C level certified trainers who have taught 500+ students. These skilled trainers can guide you in your TEF exam journey. With their wealth of knowledge and personalized attention, you'll feel confident and supported as you tackle each aspect of the exam. Our Learning Management System is packed with engaging content that makes learning French fun and effective.

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