How to register?
There is no limit as to how many times that you can sit for the DELF exam; however, you do need to wait for a thirty-day period between test sessions; that is, you cannot take a test this week and then one next week.
You must take you exam at a recognized and approved centre in France or abroad. With more than one thousand exam centers in over 160 countries, you should be able to find a centre near you. To register, you will have to complete a registration form and provide a photocopy of your official government ID or passport. Then pay the registration fees. You must contact an approved centre to obtain information on the exam dates and times as not all centres offer every exam and the same number of tests sessions throughout the year.
Make sure that you register for the appropriate level of the DELF exam. You don’t want to sit for the B2 level DELF exam if you are beginner. Always check with the test centre that you are selecting the correct exam.
What are the fees?
Fees will vary somewhat due to differences in currency rates and the different levels of DELF. For example in Taiwan, you could expect to pay 2,600 Taiwan dollars (about 75 €) for the A1 DELF and 3,400 Taiwan dollars (about 100 €) for the B2 DELF. In Canada, one will pay from 100$ CAD (about 70 €) – 195$ CAD (about130 €) for the A1 DELF and B2 DELF, respectively.
You should always contact your official test centre for the details of the fees for each exam; do not rely on hearsay or guesses on the internet.
How to choose a test center?
There are over a thousand approved test centres in over 160 nations such as in the UK, so you should be able to sit for the test near where you live. You can only sit for DELF at an approved test centre for the exam to be officially recognized and valid.
The link below leads to a list of approved test centres:
The exam will be the same at any approved test centre.
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