2024 Sessions : March and June

The DELF for adolescents, the “Junior/Scolaire” version, is an official diploma issued by the Ministry of National Education.

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DELF is an official, high-quality diploma, harmonised with the levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

  • General information
    This diploma is recognised throughout the world and is valid for life. Depending on the level achieved, the DELF can facilitate acceptance to university in France, Europe or a French-speaking countries and to some grandes écoles universities.
    There are 4 diplomas that correspond to the first 4 levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: DELF A1, DELF A2, DELF B1 and DELF B2.
  • Target groups
    The DELF “Junior/Scholastic” is aimed at adolescents (12 yo to 18 yo), both foreigners and French, who want to improve their French language skills.
    The “junior/scholastic” version implies that only themes of interest to young people are included in the exercises. Indeed, the DELF exams assess communication skills. A young learner will be placed in a context that will make it easier for him/her to react in the “junior/school” version; he/she will thus be able to demonstrate all his/her skills to the evaluators.
    The DELF diploma for the “junior/school” version has the same value as a diploma for the “general public” adult version. The exam version is not indicated on the diploma.
  • Exam format
    All exams comprise two phases. The first part covers listening, reading, and writing, whereas the second will be evaluating your speaking skills.

About the new format:
For all DELF A1 to B2, the new format (Listening and Reading Comprehensions with only multiple choice questions and more documents) is being introduced progressively over the next few years and both the new and old formats will coexist at least until 2023. Candidates should be prepared to answer both open questions and multiple choice questions as they may encounter the old format when they sit their examinations.
Please note that neither format provides an advantage in terms of difficulty, as the examinations are calibrated for each level.

You can find under this direct link, the explanation of the formats of DELF DALF exams productions part for 2024.“kit-evolution-delf-dalf.pdf”

2024 DELF JUNIOR – Entry form IFE

They are valid for life, are a great plus on your CV and are recognised internationally. Prepare your exam and get ahead with private tuition.


Exam Duration and Fees 2023

Exam Written & Oral Expression
Written Comprehension
Oral Expression FEES
DELF Junior A1 1h20 15mn £80
DELF Junior A2 1h40 20mn £85
DELF Junior B1 1h55 25mn £105
DELF Junior B2 2h30 50mn £120

Next Exams

Level Written certificate Oral certificate
A1 Junior 01 March 2024 - 1.45pm – 3.20pm TBC
A2 Junior 04 March 2024 - 1.45pm – 3.40pm TBC
B1 Junior 05 March 2024 - 1.45pm – 3.55pm TBC
B2 Junior 07 March 2024 - 1.45pm – 4.30pm TBC
Level Written certificate Oral certificate
A1 Junior 24 June 2024 - 1.45pm – 3.20pm TBC
A2 Junior 25 June 2024 - 1.45pm – 3.40pm TBC
B1 Junior 20 june 2024 - 1.45pm – 3.55pm TBC
B1 Junior 27 June 2024 - 1.45pm – 4.30pm TBC


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