Undertaking second language testing, government of Canada, can be daunting.
Our Second language evaluation practice tests can be a great help to get you fully prepared.
We offer second language evaluation practice tests (in French) so you can successfully pass the Canadian government second language examination.
Each year many candidates fail the Canadian government second language exam (French) tests due to lack of awareness of the types of questions to expect and time management skills required to complete the test in the given time period.
Our Second language evaluation practice tests offer you the opportunity to practice for the Canadian government second language exam under examination conditions before taking the real SLE tests.
You will be able to:
- Practice under full examination mode.
- Give yourself a better understanding and a greater chance of success.
- Get yourself acquainted with the testing environment and all the features that it offers.
- Practice to test your time management skills.
- Build up your self-confidence.
SLE French: Test of Written Expression
The SLE Test of Written Expression in the Second Official Language assesses knowledge of grammar, vocabulary and other aspects of written expression that are necessary to perform writing tasks dealing with work-related situations.
As from February 11, 2013 PSC Canada implemented a new version of the Second Language Evaluation-French test of Written Expression. Under the new version of this test, you will have 90 minutes to answer 65 multiple-choice questions of two different types:
1. Fill in the blank; and
2. Error identification.
Of the 65 questions, 55 will count towards your score.
SLE French: Test of Reading Comprehension
The SLE Test of Reading Comprehension in the Second Official Language assesses the ability to understand texts written in your second official language.
As from February 11, 2013 PSC Canada introduced a new version of the Second Language Evaluation-French of Reading Comprehension. Under the new version of this test, you will have 90 minutes to answer 60 multiple-choice questions of two different types:
1. Fill in the blank; and
2. Answer the question.
Of the 60 questions, 50 will count towards your score.
SLE French: Test of Oral Interaction
The PSC Canada test of Second Language Evaluation: Oral Proficiency in French is administered by telephone or face-to-face and lasts 20 to 40 minutes. A certified assessor administers the test, which includes language activities about work-related matters. Your proficiency level (X, A, B, C or E) is determined by your score on the test.
We have created 5 Oral Interaction simulation tests of about 25 minutes each. Each recording (in MP3 format) simulates a complete Oral interaction test at Level C/E.