Delf Prim  

Start with a diploma!

is the version of DELF diplomas adapted for primary school students who are beginners in French.

Description & structure

Issued by the French Ministry of Education, internationally recognised and valid for life.

Divided into three diplomas corresponding to the first two levels of the Common European Reference Framework for Languages: A1.1, A1, and A2.

Designed to assess the communicative skills of a candidate in a real-life situation, using authentic documents, rather than the linguistic and formal grammatical knowledge.

Four skills are evaluated through two examinations:

Collective examination: listening, reading, writing;

Individual examination: speaking.

Pricing and preparation

Exam Preparation courses and  mock Exams for all levels : 

Easter Holidays Camps 2019
Our Holiday camps are crash courses scheduled around one month before your exam, offering you enough time to study for your qualifications with less stress and more confidence. In addition to a solid reinforcement of reading, writing and listening skills, we will offer an intensive speaking practice as schools often leave this part of the exam unattended due to time issues.

We use past exam papers and sample questions to help you study.

Day 1: focus on reading and listening
Day 2: focus on writing
Day 3: focus on speaking
Day 4: focus on speaking

Next session & registration dates

Examination Centres: unless clearly advised otherwise, all exams are organised at HK Scout Centre and Alliance Française, Jordan, during business hours.
Please note that candidates will not be able to choose their oral examination time.




MAY 2019

Written test A1.1

30 May (Thu) - 09:00 - 09:45

1-30 April

Written test A1

30 May (Thu) - 10:15 - 11:35

Written test A2

30 May (Thu) - 12:00 - 13:00

Oral test - all levels

  29 May (Wed) - 09:00-15:00

How to register

  1. Read through the information on this page.
  2. To register: please submit the registration form and pay the examination fees at one of our centres (Jordan, Shatin, Wanchai), OR you can use our Online registration service.
  3. Download the registration form here.
  4. For online registration, please click on corresponding unit:  A1.1 - A1 - A2 - Oral test-all levels (enable during registration period only). 
  5. When the online payment is successful, you will receive by email a receipt and a payment reference. Please send your completed examination registration form together with the payment receipt to
  6. You will receive an email confirming your registration.
  7. You will receive your exam schedule by post or email two weeks before the examinations.
  8. If you have any questions, please contact Branda Chan 2738 2714 or
  9. Exam fees are neither refundable nor transferable.  All registrations are final.  Please ensure that you will be available to attend the exam on the date(s) and within the time range. 

Please note that the online payment is available for the examinations that are open for registration. Without a confirmation email from AFHK, your registration is not valid.
An exam notice will be sent to you by post or email 2 weeks prior to the exam day. If you don’t receive it, please inform us by email at

How to prepare

  1. Sample  papers are provided for each level on the CIEP website
  2. Workshops and Mock Exams. Learn More. 
  1. Private tuition: personalised training and flexible scheduling, private tuition is a great way to get ready before your exam. Visit our website for more details or contact at
  2. Resources:
  • Bonjour de France: online activities to prepare for DELF Prim.
  • TV5MONDE : online activities to practice French through videos, songs and articles, for A1 and A2 levels (and above).
  • CIEP bibliography: the CIEP created a list of textbooks and online resources to prepare for DELF/DALF exams.
  • Our multimedia library also stocks a variety of books to help you prepare for the DELF/DALF exams.


Note that DELF and DALF examiners and markers are all trained and authorized by the CIEP. They follow strict assessment guidelines and are regularly monitored.

Results will be sent to you by post or email about 7 weeks after sitting the exam. Diplomas will be issued to candidates with “passed” (“admis”) results by the French Ministry of Education.  Usually, it takes about 3 months after the results are sent to candidates. We will inform you by email when we receive the diplomas so that you can come and pick them up.

Candidates from Mainland China - we may arrange the diploma to be sent by SF Express (paid by receiver).
Candidates from other countries - we may arrange the diploma to be sent by Speedpost, but you have to inform us and pay the relevant courier fees in advance.


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