Speaking Demo:

The speaking and writing sections of the IELTS are generally considered to be the most difficult ones, which is why we take special care that our students are well-prepared to handle their intricacies on exam-day!

The IELTS speaking test begins with an introduction and interview round, lasting for approximately 4-5 minutes. Here, the examiner introduces himself/herself to the test-taker and asks for the test-taker’s documents (passport) and name for identity verification.
After that, applicants are usually asked questions related to their experiences, family & friends, education (school/college), the places they have visited and their work experience.
The next section involves a round of extempore, wherein test-takers are handed a task card. On the task card, a topic is printed, on which test-takers will have to speak for 2-3 minutes, during which the examiner will not interrupt. The card contains both the topic as well as the points which you’ll need to speak on, so do make sure you don’t miss out on any of them.
Students are allowed to prepare notes on a sheet of paper provided using a pencil for about 1 minute before they start speaking on that topic. Once you’ve spoken at length about the given topic, the examiner will ask you questions based on your speech.

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Writing Demo:

If it’s the thought of writing essays that gives you cold feet, you’re not alone! However, the writing module is one of the most important ones on the IELTS, with many universities & government agencies having a separate, higher cutoff for it than the other three modules.
The IELTS writing section is meant to analyze the applicants’ writing abilities, such as their ability to use appropriate vocabulary and grammar, sentence formation & ability to form meaningful and well-organized sentences and paragraphs. It also tests how clearly you are able to express your opinions in writing.
The writing section has two tasks. In task 1, you are required to write at least 200 words in about 20 minutes. In task 2, test takers are required to write at least 250 words in about 40 minutes.
Your writing will be evaluated on factors like coherence, logical soundness, grammatical accuracy, use of correct idiomatic English and proper vocabulary and Test takers run the risk of losing marks if their essays are too short or are not related to the given topics.

Check out the following Task 1 essay and our evaluation of the same!

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