IELTS Speaking module is the last part of the IELTS examination. The test consists of 3 parts and involves having a conversation of around 15 minutes with the examiner.
Part 1 is a conversation that will be based on a general theme like your childhood, school, family, friends, and so on. You must talk confidently and frame your sentences the right way while speaking.
In Part 2, the examiner will give you a cue card or a task card based on which you’ll be asked to talk about. You will be given 1 minute to prepare for the answer.
In Part 3 the examiner will ask you in-depth questions related to the topic given in part 2 of the IELTS examination. The speaking test will be the same for the Academic and General training section.
An introduction to IELTS Speaking Test is described in this section, in which a general format is mentioned.
A range of tips and tricks to address all types of questions in IELTS Speaking Tests are provided in this section.
Different types of mini-tests that contain all types of IELTS Speaking questions are provided so that IELTS learners can improve their speaking skills then.
A list of IELTS Speaking Practice Tests that are the same as the actual exam in terms of format and difficulty level is provided here.