Is DELF Cancelled?

As we continue to be challenged by COVID-19 related staff shortages, the significant work of preparing to hire and train DELF examiners and correcteurs has been impacted and we are unable to successfully administer the highly regulated DELF examinations with the available staff.

Do DELF exams expire?

DELF certificates are valid for life and do not expire.

Do you get a certificate from Alliance française?

Usually, you will receive a certificate one month after the exam, then you will have to wait three months for the diploma.

Where can I take the DELF exam in Paris?

the Alliance Française de Paris
The Diplôme Elémentaire de Langue Française (DELF) A1 exam takes place at the Alliance Française de Paris.

Is DELF B2 accepted for Canada immigration?

You may also take the DELF B2, or DALF C1/C2. If you have already obtained scores, but would like to retake a single section, this is possible for either the TEFAQ or the TCF-Q. All of these exams are acceptable to prove your language level for Québec immigration.

How do you take DELF exams?

To register to the DELF-DALF exams, the first thing to do is to get in touch with an accredited examination center. Worldwide, there are more than 1 000 examination centers in 164 countries. So, wherever you are, you will easily find an examination center.

Does Quebec accept DELF?

We will accept tests that you previously submitted for immigration purposes to Quebec, including: Diplôme approfondi de langue française (DALF) (in French) Diplôme d’études en langue française (DELF) (in French)

How many DELF exams are there?

four papers
In total across the four papers, DELF exams last: DELF A1: 1 hour 20 minutes. DELF A2: 1 hour 40 minutes. DELF B1: 1 hour 45 minutes.

Where is DELF exam held?

DELF & TEF Exam in India are conducted by Alliance Française (AF). In India AF centers are located in the following cities: North – Chandigarh, Delhi, Jaipur. East – Kolkata.

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