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* 1. What is your immigrant status?

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* 2. What is your official language of choice?

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* 3. If given the choice to take the CELPIP (English language test) or the TEF (French language test) in Yellowknife, which test would you prefer to take?

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* 4. If you have previously taken the CELPIP or TEF language test, indicate which one(s) you've taken below by checking the corresponding box(es). If you have never taken the CELIP or TEF, leave boxes unchecked. 

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* 5. Have you successfully passed any other language test(s) and if so, which one(s)?

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* 6. How would you rate your listening skills in English?

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* 7. How would you rate your speaking skills in English?

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* 8. How would you rate your reading skills in English?

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* 9. How would you rate your writing skills in English?

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* 10. How would you rate your listening skills in French?

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* 11. How would you rate your speaking skills in French?

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* 12. How would you rate your reading skills in French?

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* 13. How would you rate your writing skills in French?

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* 14. Do you require additional language training to help you pass the language test?

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* 15. If made available, would you prefer assistance in preparing for the test in-person or online?

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* 16. CLIC (Cours de Langues pour les Immigrants au Canada) is a free program funded by the federal government, which allows students to develop basic French language skills, as well as provides useful information related to getting settled in Canada. Typically, the classes within this program would be offered a few times per week. In order to be eligible for this program, you must be a permanent resident or a refugee/protected person, aged 16+. If CLIC were to be offered in Yellowknife,

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* 17. If you are not eligible for the CLIC program, check the box(es) which best describe your situation.

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* 18. LINC (Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada) is a free program funded by the federal government available in Yellowknife, which allows students to develop basic English language skills, as well as provides useful information related to getting settled in Canada. Typically, the classes within this program would be offered a few times per week. In order to be eligible for this program, you must be a permanent resident or a refugee/protected person, aged 16+.

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* 19. If you are not eligible for the LINC program, check the box(es) which best describe your situation.

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* 20. In your opinion, what other resources, tools or training would help you to pass your preferred language test?

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* 21. Are you interested in receiving information on the current and future language training programs and resources available in Yellowknife?

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* 22. If you indicated that you would like to receive information on language training opportunities, please enter your email address below:

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