【IELTS-TEFL-TOEIC-01】Speaking Exam: Demos & Practice
Demo 1 Demo 2 Demo 3 Demo 4 Phrases used in the answer Confidence Sharing Experience and Facial Expression
Demo - Band 6
Demo - Unsuccessful Speaking Test - what went wrong? Assessment IELTS Speaking Band Descriptors - Speaking Assessment Criteria What is the IELTS Speaking test? Four Skills Test IELTS Mock Test 2022 January Speaking Practice Test 1 IELTS Speaking test sample Part 2 IELTS Speaking Part 2 IELTS practice Speaking test - part 2 IELTS Speaking Part 2 Topics Part 3 IELTS practice Speaking test - part 3 Part 1 Introduction and Interview
[This part of the test begins with the examiner introducing himself or herself and checking the candidate’s identification. It then continues as an interview.] Transcript Examiner : Now, in this first part, I’d like to ask you some more questions about yourself, OK? Let’s talk about your hometown or village. What kind of place is it? Candidate : It’s quite a small village, about 20km from Zurich. And it’s very quiet. And we have only little ... two little shops because most of the people work in Zurich or are orientated to the city. Examiner : What’s the most interesting part of this place ... village? Candidate : On the top of a hill we have a little castle which is very old and quite well known in Switzerland. Examiner : What kind of jobs do people in the village do? Candidate : We have some farmers in the village as well as people who work in Zurich as bankers or journalists or there are also teachers and some doctors, some medicines. Examiner : Would you say it’s a good place to live? Why? Candidate : Yes. Although it is very quiet, it is … people are friendly and I would say it is a good place to live there, yes. Examiner : Let’s move on to talk about accommodation. Tell me about the kind of accommodation you live in? How long have you lived there? What do you like about living there? What sort of accommodation would you most like to live in? University Placement Interview Questions: 1. Where do you come from?
2. What made you choose this field of study? 3. What interests you to study in the UK?
Why choose the UK?
4. Did you consider universities other than the UK? 5. Why do you wish to study at our University?
Why did you choose this university? How did you come across it?
6. If you are accepted at our University, where will you live?
7. Why did you choose this course/degree?
8. How did you acquire the funds for your education?
9. What do you like to do in your spare time and what are your hobbies and interests?
What will you do during the off-period or semester breaks?
10. What would you regard are your overall strengths?
11. What areas do you feel you need to improve on or regard are your weaknesses?
12. What motivates you?
13. Can you tell me about a time when you demonstrated:
- how have you handled stress and pressure at school?
- strong creative skills/ leadership skills?
- your commitment to your study/ project/ team?
- how you overcame a challenging situation at school? 14. What do you intend to do after graduating? Future plans?
15. Do you intend to work in the UK after graduating?
16. Have you applied for a UK visa before? Was it declined? If yes, why? Visa Interview Qu: What motivates you? Here's an overview of types of experience that you might find motivating (though you should always make sure your answer is personal and relates to your own background, and give a concrete example): meeting deadlines, targets or goals mentoring and coaching others learning new things coming up with creative ideas to improve something, or make something new analysing complex data in order to draw clear and simple conclusions working well as part of a team leading a team to success completing a difficult project, and seeing it through to the end spotting flaws and errors so as to make sure the end result of a project is as good as possible finding a way to solve a problem, or overcome a challenge. University Interview Questions:
Admission Interview Tips! 33 interview questions for students (with sample answers) General interview questions for students Interviewers usually ask these interview questions for students to learn about your basic knowledge and abilities. They also ask these questions to get a better understanding of your interests, attitude, and personality. Some common general questions include: Can you tell us about yourself? How did you learn about our organization/ university? What are your strengths? What are your weaknesses and how do you overcome them? Why did you choose your school? What motivates you? How do you believe you can contribute to our growth? Where do you see yourself in the next five years? Can you tell us why you think you're the best fit for this role? Do you have any questions for us? Questions about experience and background The interviewer may ask questions about your background and experience to understand your responsibilities in previous roles and how you handled them. They also ask these questions to envision you in the role and determine whether you fit their company culture. Below are examples of these questions: Tell us something about your field of study. Which academic accomplishment are you most proud of? Do you have prior experience in this role? Do you have any academic goals you hope to achieve before you graduate? What are they? What skills and experience do you hope to gain in this job? Do you have plans to further your education? Do you participate in any extracurricular activities? What are they? What do you wish you knew before choosing this career path? What steps have you taken for your professional growth and development? Do you think your education helped to prepare you for this role? In what way? In-depth questions Interviewers ask in-depth questions to get detailed information about your behaviour or abilities. These questions usually relate directly to the role and give the interviewer an idea of how well you'd perform. Examples of in-depth questions include: Can you give an example of a time you applied your leadership skills at work? How do you work under pressure? How do you handle stress? Do you prefer working alone or with a team? Why? Tell us about a time you exceeded your expectations. Have you ever missed a deadline? Why and what was the result? Describe how you organise your schedule and prioritise your tasks. Have you ever managed multiple tasks simultaneously? How did you handle them? How do you manage two projects that are due at the same time? How do you intend to make an impact in this role?
Demo 1 Demo 2 Demo 3 Demo 4 Phrases used in the answer Confidence Sharing Experience and Facial Expression Demo - Band 6 Demo -...