Thanks to everyone who sponsored me in my personal Linguathon. As promised, I wrote the B2 level of the DELF French examination last week. I imagine that it will take some time before I receive my actual score, but I thought I could post a simple summary of the structure of the test and how I thought it went.
At the outset, I should note that the pass/fail line, or « Seuil de réussite pour obtenir le diplôme », is 50%. Having said that, one must obtain a score of at least 20% in each of the areas listed below to receive the diploma. This is quite similar to most standard language tests that I’ve seen, including English ones. One notable exception is the highest level of the Japanese proficiency exam, which requires that you obtain a mark of 70% in order to pass(!)
With that cleared up, here is…
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