How to Manage your IELTS Speaking Section

How to Manage your IELTS Speaking Section
How to Manage your IELTS Speaking Section

IELTS (International English Language Testing System) is the most popular English efficiency test and is essential to study in overseas countries. The test is divided into four sections, out of which, the speaking section is the most challenging of all. The IELTS examiner tests the speaking of students based on 3 parts.

Part 1: This is your preliminary round which involves you speaking for 4-5 minutes straight without being interrupted. You will be asked about your home, interest, work, life, etc.

Part 2: In this round, you will get a particular topic and you will be given 1 minute to prepare. You then have to talk about that specific topic for about 2 minutes and will be asked follow-up questions.

Part 3: In this part, you will engage in a conversation on more abstract ideas and issues. This part of the test lasts between 4 -5 minutes.

Watch this video which is hosted by our IELTS English specialist, Atul Gulati and learn how to manage your IELTS Speaking section. Stay tuned for similar videos on IELTS concepts around reading, writing, listening as well. You can also enrol for our online classes and learn IELTS speaking tips with Leverage Edu.

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