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Test your way to perfect French

Online French tests that adapt themselves to your needs

  • Find out your French CEFR level for free
  • Improve quickly with personalised lesson plans
  • Adaptive quizzes with thousands of questions
  • Improve your recall by up to 300%

Students taking regular low-stakes tests (quizzes)
performed up to 25% better in their exams

- "McDaniel, Mark A et al. Journal of Educational Psychology 103.2 (2011): 399."

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What is French-Test.com?

French-Test.com by Kwiziq is a powerful new online French test system that analyses your language skills and provides personalised recommendations and learning materials to specifically address weak areas.

Take a test to find out your French proficiency level according to the CEFR standard; we will then analyse your results using Kwiziq's intelligent algorithms, identify mistakes you may be unaware that you are making - and then create a tailored study plan to help you improve. Take a test now and find out how good your French really is.

FAQ

Kwiziq and French-Test.com, what's the deal?

French-Test.com is built on an awesome new Test Driven Learning platform developed by Kwiziq. It uses Kwiziq's algorithms to evaluate your French language skills and make personalised learning recommendations. You will see both referred to across French-Test.com but they are part of the same company (Kwiziq Ltd) and use the same cool technology.

Are the tests really FREE?

Yes! You can take a test and get a report on your CEFR level and full answer break down for free. Then you can take up to 10 free French tests per month to keep an eye on your progress and a constantly updated personalised learning plan. At any time you can upgrade to our premium plan and have unlimtied tests every month.

Do you keep my results?

Yes, you can log in any time to retrieve them and as you take more French tests you can see your progress over time. Only you can see these results, we wont ever share you information with others.

What is CEFR?

The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: Learning, Teaching, Assessment, abbreviated as CEFR, is a guideline used to describe achievements of learners of foreign languages across Europe and a growing number of non-European countries.

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