You have decided that you want to sit for the DELF. What do you do next?

First of all, you probably need to find a test center that is officially recognized and not too far from where you live. Also, you will need to make sure that the version of DELF that you need is available in your city or country. Then there are the test dates and how to go about selecting one that works for you. If you’re a foreigner in your country of residence, you’re going to need to establish what kind of ID is acceptable and usually a passport will work. If you are in your home country and don’t hold a passport, what ID can you use to register for the DELF?

Oh yeah, there are things like the fees. How much is typical? Are you in danger of being overcharged?


Where can I sit for the DELF?

There are over 1,000 authorized exam centres in over 160 nations around the world and in France. You must sit for [...]

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