You may be wondering why you would want to read blogs about test instructions. Believe it or not, knowing the details of each section of the DELF: Speaking, Reading, Writing and Listening will actually help you to do better on your exam day. Familiarity with format, instructions and time limits makes you a more efficient and confident test taker, which leads to a better score for you as you spend less time thinking about what to do and can simply focus on answering the questions.

You don’t want to walk into the test center on your exam day without knowing what to expect. Having the details for question types in each section will have you mentally ready. You won’t sit there and think, “What am I supposed to do?” because you will already know.

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What is the structure of the DELF exam?

2021-02-02T14:32:05+01:00December 31st, 2019|

Overview of DELF? The Diplôme d'Etudes en Langue Française (DELF) is an official qualification controlled and given by the French Ministry [...]

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