When M took the IELTS Speaking test in Bangladesh, he was asked the following questions:
– What is your full name?
– Can I see your ID?
– Where are you from?
– Do you work or study?
– What subject are you studying?
– What is the most popular subject in your county?
– What types of fruit do you like to eat?
– Why do you like to eat fruit?
– Did you like fruit as a child?
– Do you like to send emails?
– Do you think email is the most important tool for communication?
– Do you send emails to everyone or not?
– For what purpose do you send emails usually?
Describe a situation when you arrived early. Please say
– When and where did it happen?
– Why did you arrive early?
– What did you do while waiting?
– Why do you think people are late sometimes?
– Do you think being late for work and for meeting with friends is the same?
– What is the main reason people are late in your country?
– What should they do to arrive early?
– What do you do to arrive early?
– Who is most careful about time, old or young people? Why?
November was a very good month for many test takers, and in particular for the 14 high scorers who won in our IELTS results competition. They received band scores ranging from 7 to 8.5 – a real reason for celebration! The two highest scores, Band 8.5 in Academic and General categories, belong to test takers from Mongolia and Nigeria, and here comes the complete list of winners:
Academic Module – 1st place
- Byambasuren Munkhjargal from Mongolia, Band 8.5
- Kunal Jadhav from India, Band 8
Academic Module – 2nd place
- Tina Goyal from India, Band 7.5
- Meet Rajul Bhatt from India, Band 7.5
- Manavjit Singh from India, Band 7.5
- Ayushi Mudaliar from India, Band 7.5
- Shehani Karunanayake Karunanayake from Sri Lanka, Band 7.5
Academic Module – 3rd place
- Manpreet Singh from India, Band 7
- Zubaid Ahmed from India, Band 7
General Training Module – 1st place
- Oluseyi Kolade from Nigeria, Band 8.5
General Training Module – 2nd place
- Mariam Attia from Egypt, Band 8
- Hamza Ahmed from Pakistan, Band 8
- Joseph Onyejekwe from Nigeria, Band 8
General Training Module – 3rd place
- Omolade Adedoyin Akinjare from Nigeria, Band 7
Now your lives are not on pause any more, and you are one step closer to your dreams. These great IELTS scores mean you are free to study or work in a country you have chosen, and give yourselves and your families a better future. To mark this happy occasion we are sending your certificates of achievement to your email addresses. Winning IELTS results will be displayed in the IELTS-Blog hall of fame – so if you won, please feel free to show them off to your friends!
We’re always trying to find out from the winners how they did it. So far we discovered that Oluseyi Kolade (Band 8.5) used our book Ace the IELTS in his preparation, Hamza Ahmed (Band 8) utilised our Writing Correction service and Kunal Jadhav (Band 8) studied with our book Target Band 7. It feels really good to be able to contribute to their success!
But what about all the other winners? Please be kind to the other test takers who are still preparing for their IELTS exams. Do share your stories and tell us how you studied, and what helped you do so well in IELTS. Any useful tips will be shared on IELTS-Blog.com, so everyone can use the same technique and get a better score in their own exam this month.
P.S. IELTS results competition runs every month, and everyone is welcome to participate. Learn how to enroll here.