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How to Prepare an IELTS speaking Test

Every pupil has his or her own responsibilities when it comes to academic purposes. Examination is a significant evaluation that they have to pass and excel in order to continue to the next level academically. Obtaining an excellent IELTS score is definitely what students, especially the international ones, must do besides having an outstanding academic transcript, to get admitted into a university.
IELTS itself actually stands for international English language testing system and it consists of four components, which are writing, listening, reading and speaking. As of right now, I would like to dwell more particularly in the speaking area. IELTS speaking have three sections, simply called the first section, the second section and the third section. It is advisable for every contender to answer the questions and deliver the speech in complete sentences with consistent fluency intact.   
The first section is actually the least difficult one because most of the time, it is basically a series of questions about the applicant with the purpose of getting to know them better. The second section usually starts with the examiner giving the applicant a topic and a few questions, he or she has to write it down on a piece of paper. This segment needs to be vocalized in the arrangement of introduction, body and conclusion. While introduction and conclusion are self-explanatory, body is the platform where the applicant must answer the given questions with appropriate elaboration sufficiently. In my opinion, the second section is the most difficult one because it only provides a 1-minute time for the candidate to construct a 2-minute speech.
The third section is actually a little bit complex because it contains a long set of questions, which could be related to the second section, and it requires the applicant to answer those questions directly without hesitation. This section could be simple in a way that the applicant is obviously the one who determines how to answer the questions eloquently. It is important to note that every applicant is allowed to amplify their answers for all those three sections, if need be.

In conclusion, though the idea of doing an examination still has the potential to intimidate people, even today, it should not limit their ability to keep learning and doing as best as possible.  


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