The speaking part of the exam consists of four parts.
Speaking part 1
In speaking part 1 you are asked a few personal questions and are expected to give an answer. This is mostly just a warm-up section and the questions can feel a bit basic, but you should definitely be making sure to use advanced level language to give your answers.
Watch the video below to see what you need to do for speaking part 1.
Speaking part 2
In speaking part 2 each candidate is given a set of pictures and needs to talk about them individually for a minute. They have a specific question to answer.
Watch the video below to see what you need to do for speaking part 2.
Speaking part 3
In speaking part 3 the focus is on interactivity. Both candidates are given the same task and have to discuss a specific question and reach a conclusion.
Watch the video below to see what you need to do for speaking part 3.
Speaking part 4
In speaking part 4 the candidates are expected to have a natural discussion based on topics and questions the examiner will ask them about. Interactivity is essential in this part as well as the development of ideas and opinions.
Watch the video below to see what you need to do for speaking part 4.