IELTS speaking test is the last part of the exam. The duration of the test is 11 to 14 minutes. In this test, the examiner analyzes the communication ability of the candidate, the skills to communicate certain ideas in an effective manner, pronunciation, organize the idea and using the most appropriate language to communicate the same and discuss and debate about major issues.
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Here, we are providing IELTS speaking test samples to help the candidates to pick up certain points to improve their speaking ability and get more score in the test.
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The speaking test consists of three parts:
Part 1 (4-5 minutes): This is the general introduction part where the candidate introduces himself/ herself to the examiner.
Part 2 (3-4 minutes): In this part, the examiner gives the candidate a score card with a topic to speak on. The candidate will get some time to prepare points.
Part 3 (4-5 minutes): This part consists of a discussion between the examiner and the candidate on the topic.
The IELTS speaking practice test samples are provided by the British Council.
The candidates can now download IELTS speaking test samples from this page.