Video: The Easiest Strategy to Stand Out in IELTS Speaking Part 1

Today you’ll learn the strategy to stand out from other students, for higher scores, in IELTS Speaking Part 1.

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Your goal on the IELTS Speaking Exam is to make the examiner notice you.

You want to not sound like every other band-score 6 IELTS candidate.

The strategy for Speaking Part 1 is simple- talk about the first personal, specific example that comes to mind!

Most students provide only superficial, general answers. So, the way to be interesting and unique is to be specific.

 

 

This leads to higher scores for:

 

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For example:

Did you eat a lot of candy when you were a child?

Most band 6 students: Yes, of course. All kids like candy. I loved it.

You: [paraphrased from video] Of course I loved candy! All kids do. My favorite was… I don’t remember the exact name, but it was a package of 3 differently-flavored sour sugars. It came with a hard, white sugar stick that you licked, dipped in the sugar, and ate. I’m sure it’s full of chemicals, but I adored it.

What colors would you not use to paint the walls in your home?

Most band 6 students: Black. That’s depressing.

You: [paraphrased from video] I stay away from dark colors. They make the room look smaller and suck up the light. My room, for example, has one wall that is eggshell white, a matte color. There’s also one wall that is light blue. I like having an accent wall, featuring a color that makes me feel positive.

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