Please review the list of questions below for answers to common French Tuition Online Questions.
If you have a specific question that you cannot find an answer to, please use the contact form and we'll be happy to respond to it as soon as possible.
WHAT LEVELS DO YOU TEACH?
At French Tuition Online, we teach all levels from basic to advanced. Basic French (primary), pre-iGCSE/GCSE (years 7, 8 & 9, 11+ common entrance), GCSE/IGCSE (years 10-11) and advanced (A-level [AS and A2], DELF B1 and B2) are the different levels that we are specialised in to offer tuition, help and support at EFrenchTuition Online.
DOES EFRENCHTUITION ONLINE OFFER INTENSIVE FRENCH COURSES?
Yes. You might need a full immersion to French just before a holiday in France or because you are preparing for an important French exam. Whichever case you are in, EFrenchTuition Online can help you by offering an intensive French course especially designed for your particular situation. You can book up to 30 lessons over a period of 30 days. For this kind of booking a very special promotion is applied.
HOW MUCH DO THE LESSONS COST?
Prices vary according to the nature of your lesson, its duration and the program chosen. The costs will therefore be different whether you take a single lesson or whether you opt for a package of 5, 10 or 15 sessions. It will also be different whether your lesson has a duration of 45 minutes or 30 minutes. Please go to Fees for more details or contact us for information on our different tariffs.
Our 2017-2018 Term dates are:
Autumn Term 2017
Starts on Monday 11 September 2017 – Friday 24 November 2017
(Half term: 23-27 October 2017)
Spring Term 2018
Starts on Monday 08 January 2018 – Friday 23 March 2018
(Half term: 12-16 February 2018)
Summer Term 2018
Starts on Monday 16 April 2018 – Monday 02 July 2018
(Half term: 28 May - 01 June 2018)
UK Bank Holiday: Monday 7 May (no classes)
Our 2016-2017 Term dates are:
Starts on Monday 12 September 2016 – Sunday 03 December 2016
(Half term: 17-21 October 2016)
Starts on Monday 09 January 2017 – Sunday 02 April 2017
(Half term: 13-17 February 2017)
Starts on Monday 17 April 2017 – Sunday 09 July 2017
(Half term: 29 May -02 June 2017)
WHEN ARE THE GROUP COURSES SCHEDULED?
8:30 - 10:10
(From 10:00 - 11:00)
10:20 - 12:00
(From 11.15 - 13.30)
12:15 - 13:15
Year 7 French
15:05 - 17:15
18:00 - 19:00
Yr 9 after school
Yr 7 after school
WHAT ARE THE TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS TO TAKE PART IN MY LESSONS ONLINE?
MY DAUGHTER IS KEEN TO TAKE FRENCH IGCSE. WOULD SHE BE ABLE TO SIT THE FINAL EXAM WITH YOU?
We prepare students for their IGCSE in French exam but unfortunately they are not able to sit the exam with us. It is the parent or guardian's responsibility to enter a student for examinations. We can however provide you with a list of the centres that some of our students or other parents have successfully used to sit their IGCSE in French.
In the UK Edexcel and CIE both have centres throughout the country where your daughter will be able to sit her Cambridge or Edexcel IGCSE in French examinations. If you are based overseas, the British Council will usually be the exam centre of choice. Both of the exam boards have further details on their websites. The links below will help you search for a centre in your area:
ARE THE LESSONS DELIVERED VIA SKYPE?
We do not use Skype to deliver our lessons. The technology that we use is specially designed for online teaching. We use an online platform which allows us to project presentations and other documents which students can see. They can also interact with the teacher and other students, write on an interactive whiteboard or in the chat box and speak to us when this is required.