ID-Oral French

The ID-Oral French (Ofr), previously French Oral Communication Test (OCT-FR), is a tool that measures how effectively a person can communicate orally in French. The themes and questions of the ID-Oral French test are designed to assess the candidates’ comprehension and oral expression skills in terms of vocabulary, verbs, syntax, rhythm, logic, and register.

Characteristics

Available languages

French

Required time

30 minutes

Administration

15 questions | Development

Target audience

All positions in an organization that requires the ability to communicate orally, in French, with various stakeholders.

Assessed Skills

Standard Report

Assesses the Oral communication competency. It evaluates six criteria related to the level of expression, as well as comprehension:

- Vocabulary
- Rhythm
- Logic
- Verbs
- Syntax
- Register

The report provides an overall result for each measured element and detailed results as well as the percentile results for each of the measured elements.

Key points

    • Quickly identify your candidates’ potential and talent for oral communication
    • Encourage professional bilingual oral communication at your organization
    • Improve your customer satisfaction
    • Get results in less than 24 hours
    • Receive a simple yet detailed report outlining your candidates’ results

Take even more advantage of
ID-Oral French


Combine the ID-Oral French with the ID-Written French or ID-Written French/Pro or ID-Written French/Admin
to create a complete evaluation solution.

Combine the ID-Oral French with the training plans
to ensure a professional development process.