Prepare for IELTS Speaking

This module consist of a one-to-one interview with an examiner. The interview lasts between 11 and 14 minutes and is divided into three parts:

  • Part 1. Introduction and interview
Here you will be introduced to the examiner and your name and identity will be checked. As awarm-up to the remainder of this parts. You will be asked a series of question that relate to your own personal life. These will be closely followed by further question, also based on familiar topics, that cover slightly wider range of experiences. In parts 1, the examiner can repeat a question only once, as he or she must adhere to a predetermined script. The examiner is not allowed to explain the question to you. This part normally takes four to five minutes.

  • Part 2. Individual long turn
In this part, the examiner will give you a topic and ask you to talk about it for one to two minutes. You will be told that you have one minute to prepare your ideas and you will be given some paper and a pencil for making notes about the given topic. You will also be presented with a candidate Task sheet, which tells you what to describe and what details you should include in your short presentation. After one minute, the examiner will ask you to begin. At the end of your presentation, the examiner may ask you one or two question related to your talk in order to complete this part of the test. Including preparation time, this part usually takes three to four minutes.

  • Part 3. Two-way discussion
Here, the examiner will encourage you to disscus a series of more general questions related by theme to the topic you spoke about in part 2. The disscusion typically goes into some depth in this part, the examiner will often ask question that are quite abstract and that require complex answer. This part of the test normally takes four to five minutes.

The examiner will then thank you, and that will signal the end of our speaking test.

1. Remember that the speaking module is not assessing your knowledge of any particular subject. There is no need to feel anxious that a speaking topic might be unfamilar to you.

2. Your interview will be recorded by the examiner.

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