Tips for IELTS Speaking Tests.

Updated: Sep 14, 2021

Are you ready for your #ILETStest ?

You can do it! Do not be afraid!

Learning can be fun and practicing will give you that boost that you need to be confident and succeed. With the support and services we other at ,our self study lessons are very helpful for study in your free time and at your own pace. Our video classes with out IELTS British tutors will support and guide you to give you confidence for when your official test day arrives.

We recently had a student from Japan who needed his IELTS to study at a university in London. He was worried that he wasn't getting enough of English speaking practice, as his family and friends only spoke in their native language. He was trying to study alone and felt that it was too hard by himself. He was so worried about not passing his IELTS speaking, that he even thought about abandoning his place at the university in London. He contacted us, and we told him it can be difficult and suggested him to take 1 lesson with us via video with one of our trained tutors. At the start of the lesson he was shy and very nervous about making mistakes. As time went on during the first class you could see him relax, and see that his confidence was growing again. We even had a Cheshire cat smile from him by the end.

All he needed was friendly support and encouragement to get him back on track and not give up on his dreams. As a tutor, this what we want to see. He was so happy, he continued with us each week until his final test came and you guessed it. He scored a 8.5 ! He was thrilled and so were we. It's stories like this that we love.😍

Here are just a few tips to think about.

  • Be confident.

  • Practice pronunciation.

  • Extend your answers.

  • Smile.

  • Be fluent.

  • Speak clearly.

  • Practice previous IELTS questions.

  • Ask questions to be repeated if you need.

  • Practice online tests with trained educators.

  • Imagine your talking to a friend.

  • Do not worry about your accent.

  • Answer the question.

  • Use a range of vocabulary, try not to repeat the same vocabulary.

  • Change your tone while speaking.

  • There are no right or wrong answers, your knowledge is not being tested.

  • Speak more than the examiner.

  • Do not rush.

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