The audio begins to play automatically. You may also see an image. When the audio finishes, the microphone opens and the recording status box shows “Recording”. Speak into the microphone immediately (there is no short tone) and answer the question with one or a few words.
You should speak clearly. There is no need to rush. Finish speaking before the progress bar reaches the end. The word “Recording” changes to “Completed”. You are not able to replay the audio. You are only able to record your response once.
Do not pause for too long when you answer the question: You hear a short question and then the recording status box will change to recording.
Start your answer as soon as this happens. If you wait for more than 3 seconds, recording will stop and the item status will change to ‘completed’, which means that you have lost your chance to give your answer.
When you have started talking, don’t stop for more than a second or two until you have finished. If you stop for 3 seconds whilst speaking, the recording status will change to ‘completed’ even if you haven’t finished, and you won’t be able to continue answering.
If the status changes to ‘completed’, you have to click ‘Next’ to move on to the next item. This also applies to speaking item types Read aloud, Repeat sentence, Describe image, and Re-tell lecture.
Do not try to give a long answer:
There is no point in saying more than you need to say. Marks are awarded for a short, accurate answer. There are no extra marks for additional words.
For example, for this question: ‘What type of periodical is published on a daily basis?’, both these answers would score the same marks:
It is important to listen cautiously to each question to comprehend it since you just have 10 seconds to answer it.
A lot of training before your test is the best way to improve your listening expertise in the event that you do badly here.
Don't overthink! Each question ordinarily requires a basic, clear answer. Try not to attempt to show how savvy you are by offering a less normal response.
Despite the fact that there are just 10–12 questions and they just require 1 or 2-word answers, there is no break in the middle of questions, so you should remain centered and concentrate completely until the last question has been answered.
Frequently, the first answer that flies into your mind is the correct answer.
On the off chance that you overthink a question or go to and fro in your brain, you will probably commit an error and use up all available time. Attempt to keep away from this!
You may see an image or a video as part of a question. For example, there might be a diagram, just go with your gut.
Practice as many questions as you can beforehand. 99% comes from the ones that are already given on the portal.
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