C1 and C2 DALF


The ultimate level of French for Foreign Language. Done mate!!
I was so happy when a friend of mine told me about the result of my DALF test. Before, it was on 14th and 15th of June when I took the DALF C1 and C2 examination. It was horrible, I was scared, paralyzed, and got no idea of what I was going to do within the exam. Since I was student at Universitas Indonesia, I have known that the C level is the highest, hardest, most difficult compare to others. And yeah, finally I could have gut to pass it. And as you can see above, I made it! The C1 and C2 levels in the same period of time. Wuhuy.

People who know about this European Standardisation, especially for French language would say that the C1 is way more complexe than the C2. One would have greater chance to win over the C2 than C1 in the case that he/she takes the tests in the same period of time.

Talking about C1 level, the exam it self consists of 4 different parts, start with Listening, Reading, Writing and ended with Speaking. For each competency, the minumun score to attain is 5 and for the whole part it is required to provide at least 50/100 score. It is h-a-r-d! However, the C2 level only devided into 2 main parts, which are the listening and speaking as all together, the reading and writing as well. That is less complicated. Though, it is true that for C2 level, it’s got more challenges and difficulties to face up by the examinee.

So then, come on mesure up yourselves by passing examination! 😉


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