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Get Ready to Crush IELTS Speaking!

What you will learn

10 Hacks for the Speaking Test

What Examiners Expect

How You Are Evaluated

Common Grammar Mistakes to Avoid

Keywords when Speaking

Impress Your Examiner!


Are you new to IELTS or unfamiliar with the Speaking Exam?

If you are fresh to to this component of the IELTS exam, this one-hour course will provide ten hacks, tips, and an overview of what you should expect to experience when you meet your speaking examiner. In addition, we’ll cover accents, how you will be evaluated, and all the criteria used to assess your speaking skills.

If you have never experienced the IELTS exam, chances are that you are feeling more nervous and stressed out than you need to be! This is your chance to reduce that anxiety by learning all you can about the speaking test, so you are confident and prepared well in advance.

Catch inside tips on the speaking test from a certified English teacher and former IELTS examiner. Chris is originally from Canada, and graduated from the University of Alberta with a degree in Secondary Education, and also holds a diploma in TESOL. He teaches English every day, and prepares his students for their upcoming IELTS exams every year. He also spent years as an IELTS examiner for the the speaking and writing components.

So, what are you waiting for? See you in the course! Let’s work together and get you up to speed for the speaking test!





Welcome to Your Speaking Test Course!

Tips for Test Day

Hack 1 – Know the 3 Sections & Their Time Limits

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Hack 2 – Caught on Tape!

Hack 3 – Questions for the Examiner? The Test is Scripted

Hack 4 – How Long Should I Talk?

Hack 5 – 3 Habits You Need to Avoid

Hack 6 – Should You Be Honest…or Just Lie?

Hack 7 – What About Memorizing a Response?

Hack 8 – Is There a Theme, or Random Questions?

Hack 9 – How Much “Me” in Part 3?

Hack 10 – The Tool You Need to Download & Understand!

5 Common Grammar Mistakes

Be Different From Other Test Takers

Keywords & Part 2 of the Test

Part 3 is a Dialogue

Connectors & Regionalism