How do I prepare for B2 DELF?
Well, there are ten things you should consider doing.
- Plan and register in advance.
- Understand the format of DELF B2 exam.
- Understand the grading-passing scheme.
- Know your weakest point.
- Read the DELF B2 preparation guide.
- Solve all the DELF B2 preparation exercises.
- Memorize “les formules de politesse“
- Know your connectors.
What is a good DELF B2 score?
For the DELF B2 examination, each portion of the test has 25 possible points, and you must get at least 5 points on a section to pass it. However, to pass the overall test, you must get at least 50 points (the overall combined possible score comes to 100).
How long does it take to pass DELF B2?
|Level||Can be reached through hours of study||Total of study hours|
|A1||80 to 100 h||80 to 100 h|
|A2||+ 100 to 120 h||180 to 200 h|
|B1||+ 150 to 180 h||350 to 400 h|
|B2||+ 200 to 250 h||600 to 650 h|
How hard is B2 DELF?
DELF B2 is not hard but if you want to succeed you have to use the right structure, and grammar point at the right moment. This exam is very straight and demanding. Actually, it’s good because you have to get better if you want to take it. That’s something everyone can achieve with a bit of work.
Is DELF B2 multiple choice?
You’ll listen to two different French recordings: A short one (2-3 minutes, played once), typically an interview or piece of news, along with a multiple-choice questionnaire.
Can you retake the DELF B2?
There is no limit to the number of times that a candidate can sit the exam, unless they have already passed, in which case they can resit only if they apply to revoke the existing diploma in writing before the examination session.
Can you reach B2 French in 6 months?
Yes but only if you’re totally immersed in the language where it’s the only language you hear and speak everyday during those 5 months.
Is DELF B2 fluent?
At level B2, the candidate has a degree of fluency and spontaneity in regular interactions and is capable of correcting his/her own mistakes.
Is DELF B2 enough to work?
Depends on the job. If being good at French is main the part of the job (e.g. translator, writer, language teacher, etc), then B2 is definitely not enough. Anything below C2 will probably result in an immediate disqualification. However, B2 is generally considered enough for standard communication.