The DELF PRIM is an official diploma certifying the level in French for children in primary education issued by the French Ministry of Education. It is recognized throughout the world and is valid for life.
- To evaluate the 4 skills of the CEFR for children in primary education.
- From A1.1 to A2
- From 110€
- Diploma valid for life
Description of the exam
Collective examinations: 45 mins.
Oral production: 15 mins.
Collective examinations: 1 hour 20 minutes
Oral production: 15 mins.
Collective examinations: 1 hour 40 minutes
Oral production: 6 to 8 mins.
Course of the exam
The written tests are on paper, only black pens (ballpoint or ink) are allowed to compose (no pencils or fluorescent pens). During the test, it is forbidden for candidates to communicate with each other or with the outside world and to exchange material (pens, rulers, etc.).
Any attempt at fraud will be penalised.
The candidate must present an official identity document valid on the day of the examination (photocopies will not be accepted).
The individual oral test will take place in the same week as the group (written) test. The dates on the AFBE website and on the registration form correspond to the collective tests.
You will receive your official invitation by e-mail at least two weeks before the start date of the collective tests.
If you wish to take your individual test at a specific time or date, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org before the registration deadline. We will consider your request as far as we are able. After the registration period, no more special requests will be accepted.
Results and diploma
Your child's results will be sent to you by e-mail at the latest 10 weeks after the end of the session. A certificate of achievement may be issued to you by email.
The diploma will be available 3 months after your exam at the reception of the Alliance Française Brussels-Europe. It can be sent to you on request (postal charges at your expense).
Candidates with special needs
The Alliance Française Bruxelles-Europe (AFBE) provides any candidate who reports a disability affecting a physical, sensory, mental, cognitive or psychic function, with the material facilities or staff assistance to enable him/her to take part in the tests under working conditions that re-establish equality between candidates, or to be exempted from one of the skills.
For this purpose,
- The candidate must indicate his or her disability at the time of registration and as soon as possible so that the examination centre, the AFBE, can put in place the appropriate arrangements.
- They must provide an official document from a medical authority indicating the diagnosis and specifying the recommended accommodations for a foreign language exam.
- This certificate must not be older than 2 years from the date of the exam.