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What is included:
Speaking test – Part 1
Includes familiar topics such as home, family, work, studies and interests. Part 1 of the test will last 4-5 minutes.
Speaking test – Part 2 – Cue Card Sample
In the IELTS Speaking test, you will be given exactly 1 minute to prepare yourself to talk about a particular topic and this topic is called IELTS Cue card or Candidate Task Card. The instructions to guide your talk are written on a card given to you by the examiner. Your talk should last for approximately 2 minutes until the examiner asks you to stop. The examiner will ask one or two questions at the end. The cue card/ candidate task card issue lasts for 3-4 minutes – including a preparation time of 1 minute.
Speaking test – part 3 (Two-way discussion/ details discussion)
Questions: 5 – 7. (Questions are mostly based on the cue card topic/ candidate task card topic.)
Time: 4 – 6 minutes.