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DELF/DALF Exam Schedule
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DELF Level Date of Exam Oral Test Written Test
A1 TP December 7 9 am to 12 pm 1 pm to 2:20 pm
A2 TP December 8 9 am to 11:45 am 1 pm to 2:40 pm
B1 TP December 9 9 am to 11:35 am 1 pm to 2:55 pm
B2 TP December 10 9 am to 11:45 am 1 pm to 3:30 pm
C1 TP December 11 9 am to 11:35 am 12 pm to 4 pm
C2 TP December 12 9 am to 11:30 am 12 pm to 3:30 pm
Attention:
Oral & Written exam timings are different.
Latecomers will not be allowed to sit for the exam.
Guidelines to be followed during exam

In light of the prevailing Coronavirus situation, we would like to reassure you of the steps we are taking to follow the sanitization procedure at Alliance Française de Delhi during the DELF DALF exam;

  • Your temperature will be checked before you enter the AFD premises.
  • You will be required to carry a sanitizer, wear a face shield, and a face mask that covers your mouth and nose. You will not be allowed to enter if you are found without either of them.
  • You will be asked to keep a 2 m distance from others.
  • Please follow basic hygiene practices, such as using a hand-sanitizer and wash your hands regularly.
  • All the classrooms, the concerned venues, and equipment used will be sanitized before the exam.
  • Staff and examiners will always wear a facemask.
  • If you are diagnosed with COVID-19 less than 14 days after taking the exam, you are requested to report this by email at ‘[email protected]’.

Please do not appear for the exam and inform at the above-mentioned email address if;

  • You are under 14-day compulsory quarantine, stay-at-home order, medical surveillance, or a self-quarantine order, as specified by the Indian Government.
  • You have been in contact with any person suspected to be exposed to coronavirus.
  • You have a cold, fever, are short of breath, or have flu-like symptoms.

Important information

  • DELF TP Exam is only valid for candidates above 17 years old.
  • The age will be considered based on the registration date.
  • It’s mandatory to carry any one of your govt. Approved photo identity proof with a hard copy of your DELF-DALF receipt on the examination day to verify your identity.
  • There are two different timings for the Oral & Written exam. Kindly check Oral and Written exam timings separately from the website.

Required documents

  • Two passport size photographs and
  • a copy of the passport

Or a copy of any two of the below documents with DOB & address mentioned on it

  • 10th class certificate, PAN card, Driving License, Voter’s I-card, Ration card, Birth certificate, Current year’s college/school I-card.
  • It’s mandatory to give a photocopy of the Alliance Française Id card (or admission slip) for AFD students with other documents.

More Information

  • Please note that the exam will start exactly at the mentioned time so, no latecomers will be allowed to sit for the exam.
  • The students should appear in all the sections of the exam to clear it. The first section will be Oral, followed by Listening and Written. There is a gap of some time between the Oral and Listening exams.
  • The information mentioned on the form by the candidate, i.e., DOB, Place of birth, First and last name, should match exactly with the candidate’s provided documents, which can otherwise lead to penalty charges.
  • Your signature on the candidates’ information sheet circulated in the examination hall on the day of the exam will be taken as the final confirmation of your details. A candidate has to pay Rs. 2000/- for any further changes or corrections.
  • Students from other Alliance Française centers are advised to upload their latest AF ID card/receipt during the online registration, issued from the respective centers, and carry it on the exam day.
  • Registration is on a first-come-first-served basis.
  • Online Registration timings: 9:00 am onwards.
  • Exam timings (Oral & Written) & Room no. can be checked from the AFD website (www.delhi.afindia.org) /AFD notice board 3 days before the exam.
  • Those who have already appeared for DELF-DALF are requested to write their ‘Numéro de Candidat’ (mentioned on the DELF-DALF certificate) while filling up the form.
  • It is required for every candidate to write the ‘Numéro de candidat’ on answer sheets. Numéro de candidat will be available for all the levels on the notice board on the Examination day

  • No refund applications will be accepted for any reason once the registration is done.

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