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SCO: 54 & 55, 1st & 2nd Floor,
Sector 34-A, (Near Mukat Hospital)

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IELTS Speaking

The IELTS Speaking test is conducted in a form of a personal interview (PI), in which examiner look at how outgoing you are and how well you can speak. It is a test based on basic British Spoken English skills.

All the other tests are conducted in one day except the Speaking Module. It can be possibly conducted in one day, or may take up to 7 days or so. As speaking is the crucial part of the IELTS Speaking test, so the test is conducted in the form of Face-To-Face interview. Here the interviewer will judge the candidate’s fluency, confidence, and the comfort level. This session of interview is also recorded for future judgment and probably for rechecking. The speaking test of IELTS last for about 15 minutes.

These are the main factors to judge your capability of speaking:

  • Table your opinions, ideas and knowledge on general topics
  • Just speak up on allotted topic for the given time
  • Be logical. Manage your thoughts and opinion accordingly
  • Justify your viewpoints that you are trying to convey. Make it clear and precise.

The IELTS Speaking test consists of 3 parts and they are as follows:-

Part 1
Intro and Personal interview
5 minsThe foremost part comprises on the general topics for eg to introduce yourself etc, personal culture and custom and about the things you like.
Part 2
Individual long turn
5 minsIn this part, the examiner a Cue Card. The particular card will give you topic to speak up on it for at least 2 minutes. Prior to starting you will be allotted a minute to jot down notes.
Part 3
2-way discussion
5 minsThe final one confines the most difficult one; in which examiner tend to ask you question on the topic you were allotted in the cue card.


Check out for the judgment marks in this test of IELTS. However, the marking depends on the following 4 basis: –

  • Fluency and versatility
  • Vocabulary and grammatical power
  • The usage of error-free grammars
  • Exactness in the Pronunciation

Just do as instructed in the aforementioned to score higher. All the Best!

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