IELTS Speaking Part 3
To test a person, it is a strategy to increase the level after every success. Same happens in the IELTS speaking test. The speaking test is designed to check the ability of every candidate; from their conversation skills to the amount of patience they have when they are not allowed to speak, this all sums up the three parts of the IELTS speaking test.
The IELTS Speaking Part 1 is considered as the warm-up to get the candidates ready for the next level. The IELTS Speaking Part 2 or the long turn is the monologue, in which one is allowed to speak excessively over a certain topic. The IELTS Speaking Part 3 is the final part of the IELTS speaking test. This part like the first round has duration of 4-5 minutes.
IELTS Speaking Part 3 is based on questions related to the topic you were assigned in the second part. The examiner will ask you a few questions in reference to your topic, this part covers the deeper knowledge of the topic as you would have already spoken the general overview in the second part. Following some of these tips may help you prepare for the finale.
It is understandable that some people are not very communicative, but all candidates must realize that they are not their to make friends with the examiner. They are there to prove themselves as skilled in language. So, the easier way for you is, to prove the examiner that you have skills and can communicate well when needed. This will be easier to proof when you give long answers instead of being monotonous.
AVOID SHORT ANSWERS:
Some people think that giving short and clipped answer is the right way to ace the speaking test. But nothing could be more wrong. If you want to complete the rounds quickly, don’t do it, extend your answers as much as possible. Because, if you give clipped answers the examiner will only ask more questions as to utilize whole 3-4 minutes. Also, the nature of question will turn more and more difficult.
The examiner conducting speaking test have years of experience, so they can easily fish out the smell of anxiety. Try to keep yourself calm and collected and if you do not understand the question you can ask them to repeat.
You can ask them the meaning of the word that you didn’t understand, but try to ask them in a different way.
DO NOT ABUSE THE RIGHTS:
You have the right to ask the examiner to repeat the question, but try not to abuse your right by asking them to repeat every question for you again and again.
ALWAYS ANSWER THE QUESTION:
Candidates who do not know the answer tends to skip the question by not answering it at all. This is considered as a drawback of the candidate and is highly inappropriate. Even if you don’t know about the question, try to formulate a vague answer.
The examiner’s question may be in complex structure. So it is best, to follow the structural lead of the question. But, do not be afraid of adding as many structures as possible to the answer. The examiner is only asking you difficult structural questions to test your sentence forming skills during a conversation.
Hope the above mentioned tips might be useful for the preparation and conduction of your IELTS speaking test and it will help you in IELTS test.