Getting ready for a language exam developed by the CEFR such as the DELF is not an easy task. If you chat to five friends, you will probably get five sets of advice. Q/A sites such as Reddit do have some good info, but there’s also a lot of rubbish. You need advice from people whose job is preparing people for exams if you wish to get a good score. That’s us!

In the blogs below, there is a lot of useful, research proven advice on how to get a good score on the DELF on all levels of the test (A1/A2/B1/B2/C1). We don’t just suggest any old thing. We only suggest techniques and training methods that are known to be effective and free.

We’ll go over what you need to know and do in order to achieve the score that you want and improve. It isn’t magic; there aren’t any tricks that will allow you to ace the DELF. The blogs will explain to you the details of what we offer at GlobalExam and how we help you get ready for your test date.


DELF A1: How to get prepared?

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