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5 IELTS Speaking tips to ace your EXAM to Score 8+ Bands

Prepare well and achieve your desired IELTS band score. Here are IELTS Speaking tips that will help you score 8+ bands.
About IELTS Speaking test
IELTS Speaking part 1 consists of a 4–5-minute conversation on family, work etc., part 2, will be based on cue card topic and part 3 will be about conversation on that topic.
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Refrain from memorizing answers
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Memorizing answers, especially in Part 1, will let the examiner understand that your answer is memorized, which may influence your final band score.
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You may make a mistake by either mispronouncing words or using them in the wrong context, which may impact your final band score.
Don't try to use big or unfamiliar words
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Use grammatical structures
You should use a variety of grammatical structures, using both complex and simple sentences, to express your thoughts.
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Don't hesitate to elaborate while answering the question. When your replies are short, the examiner recognizes that you are not capable of discussing subjects in depth.
Try to elaborate your answers
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Practice, practice and practice
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In part 2 of the IELTS Speaking test you need to speak for about two minutes on the given topic. It is therefore a good idea to practice common IELTS topics.
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IELTS Exam Guide