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Please note that at the beginning of the IELTS Speaking test, the examiner will always ask the same standard introductory questions to check the candidate's identity. These questions are not included in these mock tests. The introductory questions will look something like this:

  1. Good morning (good afternoon). My name's X. Can you tell me your full name, please?
  2. What can I call you?
  3. Can you tell me where you are from?
  4. Can I see your identification, please?

Part 1

Let's talk about what you do.
  • Do you work or are you a student?
  • If you could change your job or profession, what would you do? / If you could choose to study another subject, what would you choose?
  • Has your work changed in recent years? / What was your first day at university like?
  • In the future, what changes do you think will take place in your industry? / What kind of work will you look for after you graduate?
Let's talk about health.
  • What do you do to stay healthy?
  • Is it easy to keep fit where you live?
  • What is more important, eating healthily or doing exercise?
  • Do you have a good public health system in your country?
Let's talk about museums.
  • Do you like visiting museums?
  • Are there any museums in your hometown?
  • What have you learned from visiting museums?
  • What can people learn from visiting museums?

Part 2

Describe a situation when you were late. You should say:
  • What you were late for
  • Why you were late
  • What you did about being late

And explain how you felt.

Follow-up question

Are you often late?

Part 3

  • Do you think it's important to be on time?
  • Why do you think some cultures have a much more easy-going attitude towards punctuality than other cultures?
  • Nowadays people are busier than in the past. Why do you think that is?
  • Do you think this situation will get better or worse in the future?