https://www.duolingo.com/sincerebanana

How much score in certificate (from 5.0) is good?

I got only 2.55. Can I qualify DELF-DALF A2?

October 11, 2013

5 Comments


https://www.duolingo.com/ALoUSyUseRnaME

Sorry, obviously you cannot qualify DELF-DALF A2. My only suggestion for you is to try completing the tree first. BUT, don't be discouraged you know, taking the test is probably really hard and I think you should be really proud of yourself.

October 11, 2013

https://www.duolingo.com/VStarTraveler

Great response and advice!

October 11, 2013

https://www.duolingo.com/lottie721595

Can anyone explain firstly what this score system means. I am not from the USA and don't understand the SAT scoring and why you would get an exam without any answers to show you where you were going wrong.

February 24, 2017

https://www.duolingo.com/joeleyba

I am interested in finding out more about what the certificate score means. For example, on the ILR scale a 2 out of 5 would be considered "Limited working proficiency" in a language. ILR Level 3 is "Professional working proficiency."

I completed the Spanish tree and according to a DELE placement test I took I should study for the B1 test. I took the Duolingo certificate test on the same day and scored a 2.77.

Looking at the DELE sample tests I know I could pass the A2 no problem. The B1 test seems to be knowledge from the bottom of the tree which would make sense because while I am now familiar with the material I still struggle there. Overall I would say I'm almost at the B1 level.

It may be that I just did poorly on the test and if I re-took it I'd score higher. That is why I am interested to know what it is all about.

October 22, 2013

https://www.duolingo.com/Klutz12

I was wondering about that too. Just got 4.5/5 in my certificate German to Spanish. It cannot have anything to do with the ILR Scale, because my language abilities are nowhere near a four, I'd probably be at 1+ or 2 if you took that scale. Would be nice to know how the certificate works.

December 17, 2016
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