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IELTS Preparation Series 3, Episode 1: IELTS Assessment Criteria


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Hello, and welcome to Series 3 of Study English, IELTS preparation. I'm Margot Politis.

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In this series we'll look at some of the criteria for the assessment of the IELTS test, and

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some of the skills you'll need to practice for the test.

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The IELTS test has four modules: Writing, Speaking, Reading Listening

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There are two different tests - the academic test for tertiary students and professionals

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and the general training test, which is for immigrants and people going on to vocational

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training.

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Both tests have the same speaking and listening modules, but different reading and writing

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modules.

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Knowing what the examiner is looking for can help improve your results because you will

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know what to focus on when practising.

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Here are the features the examiner looks at in your writing and speaking. These are the

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things that are marked:

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Task Response Coherence and Cohesion

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Grammatical Accuracy and Range Vocabulary

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Fluency Pronunciation

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What do these criteria mean?

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Task response means how well you've understood and responded to the question or task.

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For example, in the essay you must make sure you have answered all parts of the question

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and followed the instructions.

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The next thing the examiner looks for is coherence and cohesion.

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This is how you organise your answer.

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For example, in the essay, coherence means that the essay works in its overall structure,

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making sense in the way it is organised.

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Cohesion means that the essay flows well from one part to the next.

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Another feature being assessed is grammatical range and accuracy.

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When assessing grammatical range, the examiner is looking at the variety of sentence types

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you are able to use. You can't rely on just using simple sentences and structures.

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Grammatical accuracy simply refers to the number of errors in your language. That includes

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things such as punctuation.

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The final feature assessed for writing is vocabulary.

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The examiner looks at the accuracy of your spelling and the range of words you use to

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cover a topic.

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You need to use the correct word forms and demonstrate that you can use them appropriately.

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You should also be aware of when to use formal or informal language. The essay needs to be

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formal, but you can use less formal language in the speaking test.

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The speaking test is designed for you to show how well you can express yourself on a general