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The IELTS speaking test is graded by your performance in all parts of the test. The examiner will check your English language by ample no. of marking criteria for each part of the test. The three parts are not scored separately. The particular examiner rates the candidate’s performance as whole.

It is useful to think about the three parts of speaking like this:

  • Part 1 is supposed to be easy, like a warm-up basically. Its most about yourself, your country and some more general questions.
  • Part 2 is when the examiner really gets a chance to access how capable you are in speaking. He/she would have an idea of what score you will get.
  • During Part 3 the examiner is making the final decision what scores to give. A good performance by giving quick answers, good ideas, and fluency in the third part can boost your band score.


The IELTS examiner will access your speaking test against the IELTS assessment criteria .There are four areas:

  • Fluency and coherence
  • Lexical resource
  • Grammatical range and accuracy
  • Pronunciation

To get a good band score this is what you must follow:

  • Fluency and coherence: You should speak fluently with only rare repetition or self-correction. Any occasional hesitation for the language or ideas or to find word or grammar is acceptable. Your talk should be more coherent and well structured. Moreover, your talk should be more relevant to the topic.
  • Lexical resource: You should use a wide range of language approximately with some idiomatic language. It should be shown by your vocabulary that could talk about different topics that are what is meant by using a flexible language.
  • Grammatical range and accuracy: You should be using a full range of structures naturally and approximately. There should be very rare errors.
  • Pronunciation: You should be using a full range of pronunciation features with precision. It should be easy to understand throughout and should sustain flexible use of features such as connected speech, word and sentence stress, and a steady pace of speech. Speaking too fast would make your band score down. It should be effortless.


  • Get a preparation buddy or a tutor: it is a good idea to find a preparation buddy to practice speaking with. Better still, find an IELTS tutor- a good tutor will show you how to do speaking in the best way and will give you tips on how to improve. The best instructors and trainers are available in our institute (DAVESAR CONSULTANTS) who knows how to increase the graph of the performance of students.
  • Record yourself on the phone or computer:  you can practice alone too by recording yourself either audio or video. Simply choose a topic at talking to yourself in the mirror by recording as well. Then listen to it afterward and give it a self-analysis and think about how you could improve. Ant practice is better than nothing.
  • Practice, making notes: you should make notes for your talk in the test, so you should practice this before the test as well. Our institute (DAVESAR CONSULTANTS) not only gives an increment to your performance graph, but it will also enhance your skills in every module as well. Extra speaking sessions contain good and efficient tutors who would make sure that you know how to do the management of time.
  • Watch some high-level speaking test: the British Council and IDP have created some videos of candidates taking the IELTS speaking test. Watch those and listen carefully to the answers given by high-level students/candidates.

NOTE:- Go to the official youtube channel of our institute (Davesar consultants Amritsar) and visit our Instagram handle (@davesarconsultants) to watch our success stories of our candidates with excellent band scores and visa success rate as well!!!

Some important/useful and effective tips for IELTS speaking:

  • Don’t try to memorized phrases without a detailed understanding of them.
  • Show good and rich vocabulary and some good idioms.
  • Try to use only formal English. Slang is totally unacceptable.
  • No repetition of sentences should be there, use as many synonyms.
  • Correct your mistakes as quickly as you can.
  • If you do not understand a question, ask the examiner to repeat or explain it.
  • Try to  maintain eye contact and avoid hand gestures

In one word followings things are important which should be followed;

  • Pronunciation
  • Confidence
  • Natural accent
  • Fluency
  • Vocabulary
  • Idioms
  • Ideas
  • Eye contact

Hence three parts of speaking go hand in hand and are equally important to score a good band score.

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