The Test de connaissance du français (TCF) is the French Education Ministry’s test of French language ability. It is a comprehensive language placement test for non-native speakers of French who wish to obtain a quick, simple, effective and precise evaluation of their general language skills for professional or personal reasons. It follows the six-level proficiency scale of the Council of Europe. Test results are valid for 2 years.

AF Atlanta offers:

  • TCF TP (Tout Public)
  • TCF ANF (Accès à la Nationalité Française)
  • TCF Quebec
  • TCF DAP (one session a year only)
  • TCF Canada 

Please visit the CIEP website to find information about each test.

TCF ANF:

Friday, February 15th, 2019 | registration from December 17th to January 21st Midnight

TCF QUEBEC:
Compréhension Orale, Compréhension Ecrite, Expression Orale

Friday, February 15th, 2019 | registration from December 17th to January 21st Midnight

TCF TOUT PUBLIC:
OPTIONS: Compulsory test only, Compulsory test + Written & Oral exams, Compulsory  test + Written exam, Compulsory test + Oral exam

Friday, February 15th, 2019 | registration from December 17th to January 21st Midnight

TCF DAP:

Friday, January 18th, 2019 | registration from November 19th to December 17th Midnight

TCF CANADA:

Friday, February 15th, 2019 | registration from December 17th to January 21st Midnight

The time of the exam will be communicated to each candidate personally a week before the exam, so make sure to be available the whole day.

 

TCF DAP

$220 Member  |  $250 Non-member

TCF ANF

$200 Member  |  $215 Non-member

TCF QUEBEC

$200 Member  |  $215 Non-member

TCF TOUT PUBLIC

Compulsory test only |  $165 Member  |  $180 Non-member
Compulsory test + oral | $235 Member  |  $250 Non-member
Compulsory test + written | $235 Member  |  $250 Non-member
Compulsory test + written + oral | $295 Member  |  $310 Non-member

TCF CANADA

$200 Member  |  $215 Non-member

Payments must be made in full at the time of registration. No refund or credit will be made under any circumstances unless Alliance Française has to cancel a session of tests (in which case you will be fully refunded). Visa/Mastercard, checks or cash are accepted.

Test results are available 3 or 4 weeks after test date. It is possible to pick up at Alliance Française during our normal business hours.

Although no class specifically prepares for the TCF, any course will help your comprehension and conversation skills. Please contact us if you need advice on the course(s) you may need.

You can purchase the TCF Guide Officiel training manuel from AF Atlanta for $40 + shipping/handling, email us at edumanager@afatl.com.

You may also practice online here or with Radio France Internationale.

More information is available here.

Please complete your registration with the following steps:

Use this link for your registration.

Email to officemanager@afatl.com the following information:

  • Gender
  • Date of birth (4-Apr-1960)
  • Country of Birth
  • City of Birth
  • Nationality
  • Language used most often
  • Which exams you will take

Once your registration is completed, the Alliance Francaise will send you an email for confirmation.

Test results are available 3 or 4 weeks after test date. It is possible to pick up at Alliance Française during our normal business hours.

Do you travel a lot? Do you want an international diploma? Do you want your level of French to be recognized worldwide? Consider taking the DELF.

The DELF (Dîplome d’Etudes en Langue Française) and DALF (Dîplome Approfondi en Langue Française) are official qualifications awarded by the French Ministry of Education, to certify the competencies of a candidate (from outside France) in the French language.

DELF and DALF are composed of 6 independent diplomas that correspond to the levels stated by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, in use at the AF in Atlanta and at many Alliance Française locations around the world.

This exam is required of foreign nationals enrolling in French Universities. Candidates can register for the examination of their choice, according to their level. Please visit the CIEP website to find information about each test.

 

Preparing for the DELF? Register for our B1-B2 DELF blending preparation course starting on October 26th, 2018.
The junior version of DELF has the same basic structure as the standard DELF. However, the topics are different because the material incorporates the interests of young people. It can only be taken by children between the ages of 12 and 18. The diploma awarded is identical to the standard DELF diploma. The examinations are independent, and candidates can register for the examination of their choice. Each examination evaluates the four communication competencies : reading, listening, writing and speaking.

There are four diplomas for adolescents : A1, A2, B1, B2

DELF Prim is intended for children, ages 2-12, who are beginners in French as a Foreign Language and who are undertaking studies corresponding to the French elementary level. Successful candidates receive a certificate identical to the general public version. There are three diplomas for elementary students: A1.1, A1, A2.

DELF/DALF TP:

Session 1 2019:

Oral exam: The dates will be chosen and sent individually to each candidate after the registration period. Be aware that the oral exam can only take place between March 18th and March 29th.

DELF A1 | Written exam: March 18th 12:00 pm – 1:20 pm | registration: February 5- March 5, 2019

DELF A2 | Written exam: March 18th 12:00 pm – 1:40 pm | registration : February 5- March 5, 2019

DELF B1 | Written exam: March 19th 12:00 pm – 1:45 pm | registration: February 5- March 5, 2019

DELF B2 | Written exam: March 20th 12:00 pm – 2:30 pm | registration: February 5- March 5, 2019

DALF C1 | Written exam: March 21th 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm | registration: February 5- March 5, 2019

DALF C2 | Written exam: March 22th 12:00 pm – 3:30 pm | registration : February 5- March 5, 2019

DELF PRIM:

Session 2 2019:

Oral exam: The dates will be chosen and sent individually to each candidate after the registration period. Be aware that the oral exam can only take place between May 8th   and May 19th.

DELF A1.1 | Written exam:  May 8th 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm | registration : March 25- April 25, 2019

DELF A1 | Written exam: May 9th 12:00 pm – 1:20 pm  | registration : March 25- April 25, 2019

DELF A2 | Written exam: May 10th 12:00 pm – 1:40 pm  | registration : March 25- April 25, 2019

DELF JUNIOR/SCOLAIRE:

Session 1 2019:

Oral exam: The dates will be chosen and sent individually to each candidate after the registration period. Be aware that the oral exam can only take place between March 11th  and March 22nd.

DELF A1 | Written exam: March 11th 12:00 pm – 1:20 pm | registration: February 5- March 5, 2019

DELF A2 | Written exam: March 12th 12:00 pm – 1:40 pm | registration: February 5- March 5, 2019

DELF B1 | Written exam: March 13th 12:00 pm – 1:45 pm | registration: February 5- March 5, 2019

DELF B2 | Written exam: March 14th 12:00 pm – 2:30 pm | registration: February 5- March 5, 2019

Please note that testing dates and times are the same for all AF throughout the US and cannot be changed under any circumstances.

The oral exams dates will be determined at the end of the registration period. Each candidate will be contacted with the date and time. If you are coming from out of state please contact the office at edumanager@afatl.com

DELF Tout Public & Junior

A1 | $120

A2 | $130

B1 | $140

B2 | $170

DELF PRIM

A1.1 | $110

A1 | $110

A2 | $110

DALF  Tout Public

C1 | $220

C2 | $220

Payments must be made in full at the time of registration. No refund or credit will be made under any circumstances unless Alliance Française has to cancel a session of tests (in which case you will be fully refunded). Visa/Mastercard, checks or cash are accepted.

Please complete your registration with the following steps:

Use this link for your registration.

Email to officemanager@afatl.com the following information:

  • Gender
  • Date of birth (4-Apr-1960)
  • Country of Birth
  • City of Birth
  • Nationality
  • Language used most often
  • Email
  • Phone number
  • Which exams you will take (for DALF, please include selection of “Sciences” or “Lettres et Sciences Humaines”)

Once your registration is completed, the Alliance Francaise will send you an email for confirmation.

Diplôme d’Aptitude à l’Enseignement du Français Langue Etrangère – Informations sur la formation. 
Online Access Test – 2019

Entry Test 1  | 11-23 May | Registration period: March 26 – April 5

Entry Test 2 |   Nov 11 – Dec 12 | Registration period: October 1- October 11  

 Cliquez ici pour arriver au formulaire d’inscription. Veuillez nous le renvoyer par courrier ou par email edumanager@afatl.com. Pour le test préablable, joignez une copie de votre diplôme de Baccalauréat et de votre carte d’identité. Ensuite, vous pourrez effectuer le paiement par carte de crédit au téléphone.


Final Exam – 2019

Final Exam 1 | Registration period: April 10 – May 5  | Exam date: June 12,  from  9am to 5 pm
Results published: Sept 13, 2019

Final Exam 2  | Registration period: October 21  – Nov 6 | Exam date : Dec 11, from 9 am to 5 pm
Results published: March 2, 2020

Cliquez ici pour arriver au formulaire d’inscription. Veuillez nous le renvoyer par poste ou par email edumanager@afatl.com.

DAEFLE

Test d’Accès | $96.00

Examen final | $425.00

Les frais d’envoi du matériel sont à la charge du candidat. Si vous avez des questions, n’hésitez pas à contacter Alliance Française d’Atlanta.

Please be aware that the Alliance Française d’Atlanta cannot advise you about your exam choice.

All exams are administered on-site at our Midtown location.

Exam Payment Policy: Payments must be made in full at the time of registration. No refund or credit will be made under any circumstances unless Alliance Française has to cancel a session of tests (in which case you will be fully refunded). Visa/ Mastercard, checks or cash are accepted.

QUESTIONS? For more information please contact Tonie Simmonds, Education Program Manager at edumanager@afatl.com  | 404-875-1211