At the AUCP, we talk about achievable progress a lot. But what is achievable progress, and why is it such a great way to measure progress, both linguistically and culturally? Click here to find out why achievable progress is important, and what it means!
The AUCP has been assessing language acquisition since 2000. But how? Using the TEF – or the Test d’Evaluation de Français. But what is the test, how does it measure linguistic competence, and why is it important? We break it down for you.
Attention! TEF results are in!
On average, our Spring students improved their TEF scores by a very impressive 141 points – meaning global progress averaged 32% of their achievable progress.
But wait a minute… what’s a TEF?