May 14, 2020 - 04:13 AM
We've designed Fluenz French 1 to 5 so it corresponds more or less to an upper A2 DELF to early B1 level (on the CEFR scale), which means the end of the way stage and beginning intermediate level.
These exams are quite specific, they're not so much about "formal grammar" but more about evaluating your language abilities in real-life situations. And they're based around four skills: Oral/Written understanding and Oral/Written expression. So the Fluenz software, thanks to the diverse workouts, is good preparation for it, but if you actually plan to take the test I would strongly recommend you to diversify your practice before. It would be especially important to evaluate your oral expression with someone, and also to familiarize yourself with the actual form of the exam. There are plenty of sites explaining which skills are evaluated for each exam.
All the best with continuing your French!