Speaking Mock Test

with an expert IELTS teacher from England

About the teacher: Mr. Alfred Wilde has been teaching IELTS since 2003 and specializes in test preparation. He worked at the official Cambridge IELTS partner, IDP Education and is trained by the British Council. He also has a masters degree in Teaching English Language. 

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How it works ...

  • You book a mock test at an available time ...
  • Alfred confirms the time and calls you on Skype to conduct the test.
  • Full feedback and advice is provided within 24 hours.

Once you book a test (use the form below) Alfred will contact you by Email to confirm.

You can take a mock speaking test at the following times ... 

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Note About The Speaking Test:

The speaking test has 3 parts. Part 1 is really a "get to know you" and the questions are very basic about your work, study, family, free-time and other 'easy' topics. These questions are not demanding, but you are expected to answer them with full sentences (not yes/no or other one word answers). Part 2 of the test requires you to speak for between 1 and 2 minutes about a topic on a card. Part 3 will be a similar topic to Part 2, but it is more of a discussion between the examiner and the student. See some typical questions below ...

Sample Speaking Test Questions (Speaking Test Part 2 and Part 3)


Example Questions

1. A House or Apartment You Would Like to Live In

2. An Interesting Animal You Have Seen 

3. A Successful Small Business 

4. A Crowded Place You Went To 

5. A Family Member You Spend Time With 

6. A Person Often in the News 

7. The Desired Change to Your Local Area 

8. A performance you enjoyed watching 

9. An Important Text Message 

10. A uniform you have worn

Of course, this is just a small selection of the many many questions topics that could come up on parts 2 and 3 of the test. That is why it is essential to have a speaking strategy so that you can get through the speaking test confidently and without panicking or major hiccups ! This is further explained in the feedback to the mock test.