In this guide to the DELE exam I will give you all the details about the official Spanish exam. In this post, I will give you approximations on how much the DELE exam costs, how to register for the DELE exam and how to prepare for the DELE exam.

The DELE exam is a test that is administered by the Instituto Cervantes and if you pass it, you can obtain the much-desired official accreditation of the Spanish language..

In Spain, these degrees are recognised to work in the Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Health, General State Administration and public bodies, as well as the homologation of studies carried out in another country.

The DELE Spanish diplomas cover all levels:

  • Diploma of Spanish level A1 (Access).
  • Diploma of Spanish level A2 (Platform).
  • Diploma of Spanish level B1 (Threshold).
  • Diploma of Spanish level B2 (Advanced).
  • Diploma of Spanish level C1 (Proficiency).
  • Diploma of Spanish level C2 (Mastery).

Now let’s get down to the nitty-gritty, which is to go into all the details of the DELE exam.

HOW MUCH DOES THE DELE EXAM COST IN SPAIN

The cost of taking the DELE exam may vary depending on the country in which you take the exam. It also varies depending on the level of the test you are taking. Below you can see the approximate prices depending on the level in Spain.

Level A1: 108€

Level A2: 130€

Level B1: 160€

Level B2: 190€

Level C1: 205€

Level C2: 220€

GUIDE TO THE DELE EXAM

HOW MUCH THE DELE EXAM COSTS PER COUNTRY

In Europe we can find more than 500 centres in all the countries that make up the European Union. Below is a list of countries with their DELE price lists.

DELE EXAM REGISTRATION

First of all, to find out where you want to register for the exam, you can check the test centres around the world by following this link

Once you have chosen your test centre, you will have to register. You can register in 2 ways:

  • Online from the Instituto Cervantes website, if your exam centre is in Spain.
  • At the examination centre if the DELE is taken outside Spain.


In order to be able to register, we must present all the documentation required by the Instituto Cervantes, both online and in an approved centre.

  • Online from the Instituto Cervantes website, if your exam centre is in Spain.
  • At the examination centre if the DELE is taken outside Spain.

HOW TO PREPARE FOR THE DELE TEST

To prepare for such an important exam as the DELE, the best option is to join our Spanish language school. Here, you will learn all the keys and work on all the tasks to successfully pass the exam and obtain your official qualification.

In addition, at our school you will prepare for the DELE exam with an official DELE examiner. This is an important point, as it is essential that the teacher knows the tests in detail, as well as the aspects you will be assessed on.

EXAM A1 SPANISH- EXAM A2 SPANISH:

We will do all the homework so that you can prepare for the exam with enough knowledge to be able to pass without any problems. The tests you will do in the exam are:

We will start with the reading comprehension test, followed by the listening comprehension test, the written expression and interaction test and the last and most dreaded oral expression and interaction test. In our blog we have a good article so you can follow the recommendations.

B1 SPANISH EXAM – B2 SPANISH EXAM

At this intermediate level, we prepare for 4 tests on the day of the exam. We prepare for these tests throughout the course so that you will arrive on the day of the exam without any problems and will be able to solve everything. The tests for B1 and B2 Spanish: Reading comprehension test, listening comprehension test, written expression and interaction test and we will finish with the oral expression and interaction test.

C1 SPANISH EXAM

In order to prepare for this higher level, we will take 4 tests in the exam. This level assesses other aspects of the language and takes them to another level. The tests are as follows: Reading comprehension and use of language, listening comprehension and use of language, integrated skills: listening comprehension and written expression and interaction and integrated skills: reading comprehension and oral expression and interaction.

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