DELF PRIM / JUNIOR (for children or teenagers)

The Diplôme d’Études de Langue Française (DELF) is an official diploma delivered by the French Ministry of National Education with a lifetime validity.

Description of the tasks and sample papers:

DELF Prim and DELF Junior assess the skills in the four fields of language learning described in the Common European Framework for Languages: reading, listening, writing and speaking.

The themes and tasks of these versions of the exam are suitable for children and teenagers, but rely on a communicative approach, just like the DELF Tout public: the language level tested is the same, regardless of the version of the exam.

The DELF PRIM is suitable for children aged 6 to 9 and assesses levels A1.1, A1, A2.

The DELF Junior is suitable for children and teenagers aged 10 to 18 and assesses levels A1, A2, B1, B2.

If you need further information on DELF Prim and Junior, please click on the links below to read a detailed description or to view sample papers of the exams:

Description of the exam

Sample papers

Advice for preparation


Sujet de DELF Junior A1

Conseils DELF Junior A1


Sujet de DELF Junior A2

Conseils DELF Junior A2


Sujet de DELF Junior B1

Conseils DELF Junior B1


Sujet de DELF Junior B2

Conseils DELF Junior B2

DELF Junior and Prim exam sessions in 2024

DELF Junior (A1, A2, B1, B2)


Exam dates

13/02/2024 – levels A1 and B1
14/02/2024 – levels A2 and B2

A1 : 70 euros
A2 : 85 euros
B1 : 100 euros
B2 : 120 euros


18/12/2024 – 14/01/2024



10 euros of administration fees will be added to the total.

DELF diplomas may be reprinted in case of loss or destruction for no extra charge.

In case of modification of any information on the diploma (ex: spelling mistake, change of name, etc.), a 10 euros fee will be applied for reprinting the DELF diploma.


If your child is enrolled in a school that is not a designated DELF exam centre, please use the following registration link: