For the year 2019, here is the success rate obtained at the different DELF-DALF sessions:
A2 : 88.89 %
B1 : 91.67 %
B2 : 70.59 %
C1 : 76.92 %
C2 : 75 %
For the year 2020, here is the success rate obtained at the different DELF-DALF sessions:
A2 : 87.5 %
B1 : 91.67 %
B2 : 83.33 %
C1, C2 : sessions cancelled due to the health crisis
For the year 2021, here is the success rate obtained at the different DELF-DALF sessions:
A1 : 66,67 %
A2 : 85,71 %
B1 : 74,07 %
B2 : 73,08 %
C1 : 80 %
C2 : 100 %
NOTE: Because the DELF-DALF exams have a specific format and requirements, it is important to prepare and practice for them.
You will find all the information you need for the DELF here.
To view examples of exams, select the desired level and then click on “Exemples de sujets” (left sidebar).
You will find all the information you need for the DALF here.
To view examples of exams, click on “Exemples de sujets” (left sidebar).
TCF ANF (Accès à la nationalité française) success rate
Here are the success rates obtained in the different sessions of the TCF ANF since 2019:
session of April 5, 2019 session: 91.67%
session of November 15, 2019 : 90.91%
session of November 13, 2020: 100%
session of January 15, 2021 : 100 %
session of March 29, 2021 : 90 %
session of June 7, 2021 : 81,82 %
The TCF ANF is considered passed when the B1 level is reached. This is a particularity related to the minimum level required to claim French nationality. All persons with a minimum total score of level B1 on the TCF ANF are considered to have passed.
Due to the health crisis, several TCF ANF sessions have unfortunately been cancelled in 2019 and 2020.
Synthesis to download
Download here the synthesis of the data concerning the DELF-DALF and TCF ANF sessions.