IDP Gives Freedom to Select Own IELTS Speaking Test Date
- In the latest update by the IDP, the IELTS Test takers now will get the liberty to select the speaking test as per their convenience. Here are some of the points that need to consider while booking to speaking test slot.
- From now onwards, candidates will not get a random date allocation for their speaking test.
- Test takers can select the slot as per their schedule.
- Multiple slots are available. A wide range of choices of dates and time slots will be given to the candidates.
- This sort of availability will bring a good sense of satisfaction to the candidates.
- Get the confirmation instantly. Based on completing your details and submission candidates will get an instant SMS on the registered number and receive an email on the registered ID.
Conditions of Booking the Tests
- This privilege will be given to those candidates who are going to appear for the pen & paper base target.
- The option is exclusively open for all IDP India candidates only who will be going to take the paper-based IELTS test.
- Candidates are required to book the test at least twelve days before selecting the slot.
- If any client missed the cycle to book the speaking test late by late 10 days before then the date will be allocated to the candidate automatically.
What is the IELTS Speaking Test?
IELTS Speaking Test is an important aspect of the test. The modules analyze and test the speaking skill, listening skills, and understanding of the linguistic skills of the candidates.
The module divides into three tasks.
IELTS Speaking Part 1: Introduction
- Here an examiner will ask the basic questions related to the candidate like her name, the city from which she belongs, something about the city and etc.
- Apart from this, sometime examiners may ask about the hobbies of the candidates and some familiar topics.
IELTS Speaking Part 2: Cue Card
- The particular task takes around three to five minutes.
- This part carries a good weight of the entire test.
- Here the examiner gives any cue card topic and candidates are required to speak on the topic for at least two minutes.
- There will be one minute of preparation time will be given to the candidates
- The topic is usually based on the general scenario or a particular topic.
IELTS Speaking Part 3: Following Questions
- This is the last portion of the test. This part usually takes four to six minutes.
- The following questions are based on the topic of a cue card.
Examiner start throwing the questions related to the topic. Candidates have to be quick and spot-on to the answers.