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Self Assessment Overview

Identify the description that applies the best to your background and click the image to review sample skills corresponding to your experience.

if... ... then I should probably test for the following Cefr* level
I took French/ English for anywhere between 1 and 3 years in High School or College, and never had a chance to practice and/or In a recent past, I took French/ English  lessons for a period of less than a year, only a few hours a week, and with good results, then...
I took French/ English for anywhere between 4 and 10 years in High School or College but have not had a chance to practice for a long time and/or In the recent past, I took French/ English lessons for more than a year and less than 2 years with good results, then...
I took French/ English for anywhere between 4 and 10 years in High School or College and managed to practice on and off until now ( through reading, travels, classes, work assignments…) and/or in the recent past, I took French or English  lessons for more than 3 years and less than 4 years with good results, then...
I took French/ English  for about 10 years or more and managed to practice on and off until now (through reading, travels, classes, work assignments…) and/or in the recent past, I took French or English lessons for more than 4 years with good results, then...
* CEFR stands for ''Common European Framework of Reference for Language.''  

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Where to Find Online Tests?

Here below are a few links to free online tests which could help you determine your level:

FRENCH:
Oxford University
CNED
Tests de français - Niveaux A1/ A2

ToLearnFrench.com

ENGLISH:

 

Using the European Language Portfolio

EF Standard English Test
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