IELTS Speaking Criteria
Hey! You are all welcome to my today’s blog about IELTS Speaking Criteria. It’s a wonderful and amazing topic to discuss and I love the topics because I have 12 years of experience in this field. Almost every candidate ask about IELTS speaking criteria, let’s see details:
IELTS Speaking Test
There are 4 modules of the IELTS test and the Speaking test is a part of 4 modules. This is an exam or evaluation of English speaking skills. Now! you may ask who controls this test? and who publishes the results? the short answer is the IELTS is jointly owned by British Council, IDP: IELTS Australia, and Cambridge English Language Assessment. They also publish the test result. You will get the result 13 days after you take the paper-based test. However, it only takes 3–5 days to get results if your test is computer-based!.
Criteria and Marks
The authority publishes results with clearly defined criteria to assess your Speaking test. Examiners assess your performance against 4 criteria.
01. Fluency and coherence,
02. Lexical resource,
03. Grammatical range and accuracy,
04. and Pronunciation.
IELTS Speaking test results will publish as band scores which range from a band out of Nine (9). Each whole and half band score corresponds to a level of English Speaking language skills.
01. Tips and tricks for IELTS Speaking test part: one / 01
This section or part one 01 test will last more or less four to five minutes and the examiner will ask you some questions that may be all about you. Part one /01 is easier than the other 2 parts. But it is very important.
Don’t be nervous. You should create a good first Impression in your speech then pretend you’re interested in the questions and extend your answers as long as you can. learn more
02.Tips and tricks for Speaking test part: Two / 02
Part two or 02 is an opportunity to prove your Speaking Skills. You will get a chance to speak out for two or 2 minutes, with given topics which call “cue card”.
You will feel how much longer 2 minutes is during this test. So there is no substitute for practicing seriously at home. Practice regularly in front of a mirror with a topic.
03. Tips and tricks for Speaking test part: Three / 03
Wish you all the best in your IELTS test. In part three or 03 the examiner will ask you more or less 3-6 summary questions with the same general topic or “cue card” you speak out in Part 2.
Almost all students feel stress and exhausted, So they deliver fewer tall answers because they expect the test to be over quickly.
If you want your target score don’t try to finish the test quickly. Don’t forget that the examiners will Search over speaking skills in the English language. This is the last chance for Examiner to assess your Grammatical structures and vocabulary knowledge.
So do your best and remember that “all’s well that ends well”.
FAQ: Spaking test
- Is 6.5 A good score in IELTS speaking?
2. How can I predict my IELTS Speaking score?
3. How can I score 7 in IELTS speaking?
4. How can I get 8.5 in IELTS speaking?
5. How can I get 8 in IELTS speaking?
6. How can I improve my IELTS Speaking score?
7. How many types of IELTS speaking are there?
8. How do I answer IELTS speaking part 1?