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DELF Exam Preparation in France

French Exams & Diplomas

Course Start

Any Monday

Hours / Week


Minimum Duration

1 Week


A1, A2, B1, B2

Course Description

We wish to assist you in realizing your goals and passing your exams at the required level. The DELF exam, like most language examinations, assesses four language skills: listening, reading, writing, and speaking. Depending on whatever level of DELF exam you are taking, the four competencies are examined in different ways.

Our DELF exam preparation course is based on the exam standards and was developed in response to student demand. We provide general French instruction in the mornings and exam preparation in the afternoons.

We also make certain that all students have practice sessions with customized correction and feedback.

Our DELF examiners are trained and experienced French in Normandy teachers, so you’ll be confident and well-prepared to take your DELF exam at the conclusion of the course. Free daily seminars are also available at the end of the afternoon courses.

We offer half-day and combined courses. A final mock exam is included in the DELF preparation course to help you prepare for the DELF exam.

What is DELF?

Your potential with the French language is properly described by a French language diploma. It’s something to think about for job growth and worldwide recognition.

There are several French exams that certify mastery of the French language. The DELF Exam is one of them.

The DELF certificate is an official French Ministry of Education credential. It verifies that foreigners have completed one of four levels of French, corresponding to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages levels A1-B2.

Because the four DELF certificates are self-contained, you can take level B1 even if you haven’t completed levels A1 or A2. A1/A2 corresponds to a beginner’s level, whereas B1/B2 denotes intermediate proficiency in the French language.

The DELF exam is internationally recognized, and the DELF certificate has a lot of practical significance because it focuses on students’ communication abilities in real-life circumstances.

The DELF is preferred by most French students since it covers both basic and intermediate levels. You must pick between DELF A1, DELF A2, DELF B1 or DELF B2 examinations while taking the DELF, as each exam is suited to pupils at that level.

DELF exam preparation in France will immerse you in both the culture and the language, allowing you to improve your ability in all four skills areas.

DELF is a valuable credential to obtain, especially when applying for French employment or university degrees in France. Although some undergraduate programs accept B1, most undergraduate and graduate programs in French institutions need a B2 credential. B1 and B2 are also the levels required by most French employers if your employment involves a moderate amount of French.

Here are some known facts about the DELF exam:

  • The certificates and tests have realistic goals and are based on real-life scenarios.
  • It is the most effective technique to boost a candidate’s job chances, continue their education, and prepare for travel or living abroad.
  • It is available to everybody, regardless of their language abilities, age, or profession.
  • The French Ministry of Education has approved it.
  • Every French-speaking country in the world recognizes it.
  • It is considered a requirement for studying at a French institution or working in the French-speaking corporate world.

To pass the DELF exam, you must get at least 5 points in each section. The maximum possible score is 100, and you must achieve at least 50 to receive a DELF certificate.

  • Simple interactions are possible for you.
  • You must be able to make an introduction and ask and answer questions regarding personal information such as where you live, who you know, and what you own.
  • You can do easy activities in everyday life in addition to your A1 talents.
  • You are a self-sufficient user who can handle common circumstances at work, school, and leisure.
  • When traveling in a French-speaking nation, you can deal with most scenarios.
  • You can briefly explain and justify your beliefs and intentions by describing experiences, events, dreams, hopes, and objectives.
  • You can comprehend the essential points of a complicated book on concrete or abstract themes, including technical talks in your profession.
  • You can have a fluent and spontaneous discussion with native speakers.
  • You can convey a point of view on a current subject by comparing and contrasting numerous choices.
  • The DELF B2 level certification serves as the French level test for university entry in France.

If you are unsure about your current French level, you may take our exam or get guidance from our staff. Some people opt to take the TCF (Test de connaissance du français) test.

Download the 2024 DELF DALF brochure.

Course Objectives and Learning Outcomes