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Thanks for visiting! How sure do you feel about passing the DELE exam? Are you stronger in your reading comprehension than in listening to and understanding the many different Spanish accents? Are you more fluent in speaking, than in writing Spanish? Such variation in strengths may result in you passing one element of the DELE exam, but failing in another. If that is the case, will you still make the overall pass grade?

What should you prioritize in your exam prep, to avoid that one element completely trips you up? From this, you can see that the way in which the final mark in the different levels of the DELE exam is calculated, is important to how you should focus your personal study plan, when you relate it to your pre-existing strengths and weaknesses.

Here we will explain how the DELE exam marking system works at the different levels. Nonetheless, all the levels have in common that the DELE diploma certifies practical ability to actually communicate fluently, correctly and coherently in Spanish and not merely possessing abstract knowledge of Spanish.

The four areas of communicative competency that gets tested, and which must therefore be developed in your DELE exam preparation, are reading and listening comprehension, as well as proficiency at expression and interaction, both orally and in writing. How each of these four different competencies are individually tested and scored in the different exam sections, is explained in earlier posts in this blog series.

This must be considered together with the fact that two assessments are always done: a holistic one, and an analytical. In brief, there are three tasks to perform in the writing exam.

One must thus understand that the weight of the holistic and analytical assessment firstly differs, and secondly that the weight of each task then differs for the purpose of the analytical assessment. Once that is done for all three tasks, and for both forms of assessment, then the percentage proportions as mentioned, are applied mathematically and the final score out of 25 is thus calculated.

The oral part of the exam consists of four tasks. One holistic assessment is done considering all four tasks together. The four numerical bands function the same as in the writing. The mathematical process for calculating the final score out of 25, is essentially the same as I described above for the writing.

It is of great importance, i. Please, therefore, click on the banner images of the two blog posts shown above, to go and acquaint yourself with what these scoring criteria are and how they are applied. It has the four competencies, also grouped in two pairs.

The main addition is that the element of integrated dexterity in language use is being emphasized much more than at the lower levels. Instead of just testing reading and listening comprehension, DELE level C1 combines this with testing competency at the use of language. Similarly, oral and written expression is integrated with comprehension what this means, is that your answers — when you express yourself — need to reflect how well you understood the texts and audio clips upon which the written and oral expression and interaction tasks are based.

In the case of the three sections of the C2 exam, you have to pass each one individually. The DELE exam results are normally made available electronically to candidates, between two and three months after the exam date. Those who have passed, will have to wait another two to three months for their diplomas to reach them.

What our students say: Talking about exam results — at DELEhelp we are fortunate that our regular students always do well in their exams. The first underlines the need for a proper study plan and focused tutoring for obtaining success.

Most locals I encounter in Baja are patient and usually speak a fair amount of English. However, over the last several years, I have developed a great fondness for Mexico along with its people and culture and this fondness lead me to believe that I have been missing a great deal by remaining in an English-only world.

For this reason, I finally promised myself to learn to speak Spanish. At the same time, I wanted an objective and concrete way to measure my progress and chose to employ the DELE exams for this purpose. My first experience with the exam preparation process did not go so well. After reading a bit about the exam and the various levels I decided I would prepare for a few months and then sit for the A2 exam.

This seemed reasonable to me at the time since, after all, I had some Spanish in elementary school and even practiced a bit as an adult with audio tapes. I was not a complete beginner! So, for a few months I studied when I could find the time and practiced online a bit with native speakers.

When exam time came around, I did my best and actually enjoyed the exam experience, but, the test was much different than I had anticipated and it I was clearly far from the mark regarding A2-level Spanish. The test results confirmed my assessment and I failed pretty miserably on all four test sections.

I felt sorry for myself but quickly realized that I just needed a better learning approach. I also now knew that success would require this approach to be more disciplined, formal and structured. I enlisted the DELEhelp team within a week. The results of this test indicated that my current Spanish level was well below A2 and that I should target the A1 level for my next exam.

It was then explained to me, very clearly, what is expected of a person communicating in Spanish at the A1 level. With this target in mind and my test results in hand we created a study plan to get me to the A1 level in all categories. In my case I was strongest in reading and writing, so listening and speaking would be emphasized.

Together we chose an exam date and got to work. My study plan consisted of reading and writing assignments, vocabulary memorization a necessary evil , Spanish media in various forms that I selected and also live Skype sessions in Spanish. The Skype sessions were used to review and discuss assignments, test vocabulary and talk about events within the media segments. Periodic mock tests were provided and the study plan was tuned accordingly.

For instance, halfway through my A1 prep course it became clear that I needed more conversational practice and also that we could afford to lighten the reading and writing load. This combination of homework and independent study, along with live review in Spanish with a native speaker, worked wonders for me. I felt quite confident heading into the exam. When I received my test results I had a bit of a surprise waiting. My smile muscles severely cramped after an hour or so of constant use.

Even more fun for me was a trip that my family and I took to Costa Rica a few weeks after the exam. I found myself talking to people I had never met before, in Spanish! I was introducing my family, describing our adventures and asking questions about the food, their families and their country. They were talking back to me in Spanish and smiling warmly when I mixed up words or made other, sometimes very funny, mistakes.

It is very hard to describe this experience but it was amazing. I know that I am only at the A1 level but I am very solid at this level.

I also now understand that I can continue as far as I want down this path if I am only willing to follow an effective plan and put in the effort required. I can be as fluent as I want to be. I was travelling at the time and they were able to be flexible and work with different time zones and my availability.

They tailor the content of the lessons to what the particular student is looking for and to the syllabus of the DELE exam. Having gone through multiple mock exams with Monica, I felt more prepared and confident in tackling the format of the exam on the day. They are truly wonderful people and they made the lessons enjoyable as well as effective in improving my Spanish.

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