The IELTS speaking test can be quite nerve-racking.
This is because it not only tests our mastery of English grammar rules, but also tests how fast we can comprehend the questions, recall the relevant knowledge, formulate the answers and deliver the answer in a fluent way with correct pronunciation -and all in very short span of time!
It provides hardly any time to think, to consolidate your thoughts into a logical answer and ensure that the delivery is smooth and in accordance with all the rules of grammar and enunciation.
This is why many believe this to be one of the most challenging parts of the IELTS exam.
Being prepared, however, will help you feel more capable and confident about acing the test.
To prepare it is useful to note the criteria for assessment used in IELTS.
This post covers the criteria used and includes tips to boost your score.
The audio version contains plenty more tips, download it here:
For more info on IELTS Vocabulary, click here.
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