DELF A2 Exam
- Level: A2 à A2
The Diplôme d'Études en Langue Française (DELF) A1 exam takes place at the Alliance Française de Paris.
The DELF A2 is a diploma granted by the French Ministry of National Education. It certifies French skills at A2 level. The diploma is valid for life.
This diploma is recognized throughout the world, and allows you to develop both your personal and professional French skills both.
It is possible to take the exam as many times as you wish, provided that there is a minimum waiting period of 45 days between two exams at the same level.
The DELF A2 consists of 4 tests:
The minimum score to obtain the diploma is 50 out of 100. It is imperative to obtain a minimum of 5 points out of 25 per event. A score of less than 5 in one of the skills assessed is eliminatory.
Ideal for those who wish to attest to their level of French in France or abroad.
Instructions that must be followed during the Covid-19 epidemic.
You will find below the instructions that must be applied in order to have access to the test/examination room:
Candidates must wash their hands when entering our premises.
Candidates must wash their hands before signing the attendance sheet.
All candidates must wear a mask.
Candidates must bring their own pen.
Candidates will be required to present their own identity document at the time of identity checks.
The use of hand sanitizer is required. Candidates will be asked to use it before the start of the test and before their copy is submitted.
If these rules are not respected, it will unfortunately be impossible for us to grant you access to the test room.
Alliance Française de Paris
101 Boulevard Raspail