Studying abroad is not just about bagging a degree in some foreign land. It’s about pushing your limits, challenging your being and venturing way beyond your zone of comfort. You are a completely different human. You soar high with flying colors and a vibrant career prospect. What gives wings to your dreams of studying abroad are exams like IELTS. IELTS is a language proficiency test for the not native English language speakers. It tests the candidate’s proficiency and command over the language. Majorly accepted by academic institutions of Australia, New Zealand, Canada and Britain, this exam comprises of four stages namely: Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening.
Wondering how difficult it is to crack Speaking test of IELTS? Stay calm and relaxed because what seems to be a nightmare for most of the people is actually very easy to get through. All you need is, to prepare strategically and focus on the type of questions that are commonly asked by the Interviewer.
Speaking exam is usually scheduled in the second half of the IELTS Test Day after the listening, reading, and writing tests are finished. Candidate gets a gap of an hour or so before the test starts. This break is the best time to frame your answers to the anticipated questions. Make sure to organize your day properly to save time on lunch and be back to the allotted time slot.
Relaxing your mind before the exam increases the overall efficiency and keeps you alert. Giving continuous tests back to back can be quite challenging and tiring though. Be prepared to take some fruits and water along, to replenish oneself, throughout the day.