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Best guidance for the IELTS

There are many promising tips. The first and most crucial is to take it seriously and prepare for it.

So here are some guidance for scoring well in speaking paper. These all tips sounds simple but, by adhering all these, one can surely get success in IELTS speaking exam without fail. Remember from all these tips the most important is the first one.





1. Listen and answer the question carefully


The best instruction for IELTS speaking is basically to listen to the question and answer it carefully. The objective for this is that you will get only one chance to be face to face with the examiner and will definitely make you nervous. So, in that situation if you try to recall intricate tips, then you will surely get confused and will not be able to perform well.


2. Practice even before the exam


You should practice before the exam so that all skills will become automatic and that will be possible only by practicing the correct skills. Try to practice accurate skills as, each part of the speaking tests requires different skill.



3. Speak English before exam also


Most of the non-English speaking people try to speak in their own language before the exam and then with the start of the examination try to switch to speaking English, this practice should be entirely avoided, instead speak in English even before the start of the exam, this will give you flow and consistency.


4. Try to extend your answer appropriately


Extend your answer in the appropriate way, giving to the point and short answer will not give the examiner a proper idea of your speaking skills, whereas, try not to increase it overly as then there may be possibility that you may get distracted from the topic and lose  it is to extend your answer appropriately. Be aware, however, that very long answers are not always a good idea. It is possible that you will go off topic and miss consistency.




5. Make eye contact

Even while speaking large part of communication is non-verbal. By not making eye contact there may be a chance that the examiner will not get fully impressed by your communication skills.