- Jun 12, 2013
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It’s your overall performance on all the tests that count! French ability? The legion will already know that when they do the i.Q test. Good advice from everyone here so the rest is up to you!To be clear what I meant by learning commands and directions was referring to understanding them, not giving them. Better understanding orders can probably help with the stress. I can imagine it wouldn’t be fun getting flamed while not knowing what you’re being flamed out. But also, I have been using Duolingo. It helped me get the general grasp of it, it’s the best thing I’ve found so far I just didn’t know if there was anything better.
Also does anyone know if they measure your French ability? That’s always been a grey area for me. Because if you know some, but little French you still need to be paired with a francophone, so knowing some French seems to be equal to knowing no French (in the aspect of the resources they use on you). Obviously the more you know helps you out, but in terms of selection how do they determine your French ability?