Finally I got my level of French officially assessed and was placed on a FLS (Le Français Langue Seconde) wait list. I have been told that the average waiting time is about two weeks. My course will be on Monday and Wednesday between 18:30 and 21:00 at Toronto Catholic District School Board. Surprisingly, my NCLC level of reading was only 6, lower than what I got for writing, listening, and speaking (at 7, 8, and 7 respectively). Obviously there are two French courses for people living in Ontario: CLIC offered by the Federal government, and FLS offered by Ontario. According to the one who evaluated me, there is no difference between the two except source of funding. I chose FLS because its schedule and location worked better for me. For those living in Toronto, here's how to get enrolled in either FLS or CLIC. Call YMCA Language Assessment and Referral Centre (416 925 5462) to get your current level of French evaluated. The evaluation has four parts: reading, writing, listening, and speaking. At the end of the evaluation, they will show you all the possibilities in Toronto and you can choose which one works for you the best.