In the IELTS speaking test mostly candidates are nervous because their career depends upon IELTS result. They can easily evaluate their performance for listening and reading test but when it comes to test ability by examiner so they are little apprehensive.by keeping these things in view we have designed some tips of IELTS speaking test to be successful .

There are three parts in IELTS speaking interview:

  • Part 1:  In this section the examiner asks you some questions about yourself, occupation, home town, studies and some general question such as, sports, shopping etc. this section lasts 4 to 5 minutes.it is very appropriate to give moderate reply to every question. Means do not give too long or too short answers. For instance, what do you do in your free time? Answer: usually I do not have free time but whenever I find it sometimes, I use internet or hang out with my friends.
  • Part 2: In this section a topic is given to you for speaking. And you will be given a minute to prepare a prompt and also you can write bullet points on piece of paper in that one minute and then you have to speak one to two minute continuously to the particular topic without gap – Examiner will just be listening you carefully and your speaking will be recording so if you stops earlier so he will give u a clue to keep going or stops you once he is satisfied or your time is completed. Then after he will ask you some cross questions related with topic to close it.Remember! your prompt based on these topics : PEOPLE,PLACES,OBJECTS & EVENTS
  • Part 3: In this examiner will discuss the topic for 3 to 5 minutes. Usually this topic is related to part 2 topics. This discussion based on Describing questions, assessing questions, Predicting Questions and Comparing questions. He will be asking questions from your answers so be ready to reply every question in the detail.

The examiner judge speaking result based on following things:

               Pronunciation

               Fluency and Coherence

               Grammar

               Vocabulary

As far as pronunciation is concerned it is very important in IELTS interview. You have to make right pronunciation of every word. And fluency means smoothness. You do not have to speak like BBC or CNN just speak without giving extra pauses and of course if you have better coherence in your speaking so definitely there would not be unnecessary gaps. Grammar is also tested but nobody is sure, what exactly is tested in grammar. So note down some important things: tenses, parts of speech, sentence formation, conditional sentences and much more to be tested.at the end vocabulary is also very important element of IELTS interview.do not try to repeat the words  and try to use variety of words to score higher in IELTS speaking Exam.

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