PLACEMENT TESTING

Welcome to our Online Placement Testing!
Get started by clicking the level you think best describes your proficiency. After reading each description, click the link to take your placement test. Good luck!

BEGINNER LEVEL (A1 + A2) . . .

(A1) BEGINNER:

FRENCH 101 - You are level one if you have never studied French in your life time, except to say croissant and fromage, but that doesn’t count. You might also be level 1 if you took French in high school, but you cannot even remember the name of your teacher. NO PLACEMENT TEST NEEDED.

FRENCH 102 - You are level 2 if you have had previous exposure to French. You have a good mastery of the Present tense as well as the future or recent past. Make sure you can talk food and ask questions to your new Francophile buddy in class. CLICK HERE FOR PLACEMENT TEST.

FRENCH 103 - You are level 3 if you are now very familiar with things related to your personal environment. You can talk about your daily routine and you understand the real meaning of “voulez-vous coucher avec moi” instead of “se coucher”. You can also talk about your past vacation using Passé Composé with “être” and “avoir” and have a simple understanding of the Imparfait. CLICK HERE FOR PLACEMENT TEST.

(A2) ADVANCED BEGINNER:

FRENCH 201 - You are level 4 if you are a master of the Past Tenses with any kind of verbs. You can give advice to your friends (like the French like to do) as well as help them master the art of the What-if (si-structures in French). You should also be able to use complex sentences using “qui, que, dont, où). CLICK HERE FOR PLACEMENT TEST.

FRENCH 202 - You are level 5 if you are able to find your AirBnB online all in French. Discussing pricing as well presenting to your friend the French city you most appreciated while in France. You should also be able to handle yourself with the most common tenses such as Passé Composé, Imparfait, Futur Proche, Futur simple and of course, Présent. CLICK HERE FOR PLACEMENT TEST.

FRENCH 203 - You are level 6 if you completely fine speaking in front of complete strangers, without fearing for your life! You should feel comfortable enough to have a conversation and fulfill your needs for health, eating, Tindering while reading the local news. You should be familiar with the Subjunctive. CLICK HERE FOR PLACEMENT TEST.

INTERMEDIATE LEVEL (B1 + B2) . . .

(B1) INTERMEDIATE:

FRENCH 101 - You are level one if you have never studied French in your life time, except to say croissant and fromage, but that doesn’t count. You might also be level 1 if you took French in high school, but you cannot even remember the name of your teacher.

FRENCH 102 - You are level 2 if you have had previous exposure to French. You have a good mastery of the Present tense as well as the future or recent past. Make sure you can talk food and ask questions to your new Francophile buddy in class.

FRENCH 103 - You are level 3 if you are now very familiar with things related to your personal environment. You can talk about your daily routine and you understand the real meaning of “voulez-vous coucher avec moi” instead of “se coucher”. You can also talk about your past vacation using Passé Composé with “être” and “avoir” and have a simple understanding of the Imparfait.

(B2) ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE:

FRENCH 201 - You are level 4 if you are a master of the Past Tenses with any kind of verbs. You can give advice to your friends (like the French like to do) as well as help them master the art of the What-if (si-structures in French). You should also be able to use complex sentences using “qui, que, dont, où).

FRENCH 202 - You are level 5 if you are able to find your AirBnB online all in French. Discussing pricing as well presenting to your friend the French city you most appreciated while in France. You should also be able to handle yourself with the most common tenses such as Passé Composé, Imparfait, Futur Proche, Futur simple and of course, Présent.

FRENCH 203 - You are level 6 if you completely fine speaking in front of complete strangers, without fearing for your life! You should feel comfortable enough to have a conversation and fulfill your needs for health, eating, Tindering while reading the local news. You should be familiar with the Subjunctive

EXPERT LEVEL (C1 + C2) . . .

(C1) EXPERT:

FRENCH 101 - You are level one if you have never studied French in your life time, except to say croissant and fromage, but that doesn’t count. You might also be level 1 if you took French in high school, but you cannot even remember the name of your teacher.

FRENCH 102 - You are level 2 if you have had previous exposure to French. You have a good mastery of the Present tense as well as the future or recent past. Make sure you can talk food and ask questions to your new Francophile buddy in class.

FRENCH 103 - You are level 3 if you are now very familiar with things related to your personal environment. You can talk about your daily routine and you understand the real meaning of “voulez-vous coucher avec moi” instead of “se coucher”. You can also talk about your past vacation using Passé Composé with “être” and “avoir” and have a simple understanding of the Imparfait.

(C2) ADVANCED EXPERT:

FRENCH 201 - You are level 4 if you are a master of the Past Tenses with any kind of verbs. You can give advice to your friends (like the French like to do) as well as help them master the art of the What-if (si-structures in French). You should also be able to use complex sentences using “qui, que, dont, où).

FRENCH 202 - You are level 5 if you are able to find your AirBnB online all in French. Discussing pricing as well presenting to your friend the French city you most appreciated while in France. You should also be able to handle yourself with the most common tenses such as Passé Composé, Imparfait, Futur Proche, Futur simple and of course, Présent.

FRENCH 203 - You are level 6 if you completely fine speaking in front of complete strangers, without fearing for your life! You should feel comfortable enough to have a conversation and fulfill your needs for health, eating, Tindering while reading the local news. You should be familiar with the Subjunctive