Updated: Nov 2
Many applicants who take the IELTS Speaking test find this section to be the most difficult since it requires face-to-face contact in terms of evaluation and interaction. However, IELTS Speaking is the simplest component of the exam to increase your score. "But how?" you may doubt it. Speaking conversations are, indeed, impromptu. However, all exam takers are nervous and don't have much time to prepare their responses. And because IELTS examiners are exposed to this, they do not expect you to talk like an orator. They don't even require you to provide logical and organised responses! You will only be evaluated on your ability to:
Speak clearly and without hesitation,
Utilise a diverse vocabulary,
Prevent grammar errors, and
Pronounce words correctly.
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