Speaking Module is forever the same design:
The test is 11-14 minutes and include you talk to native English speaker who is trained to evaluate spoken English against criteria IELTS. Test is also recorded. There are three stages of testing.
Stage one of the speaker tests takes about 4-5 minutes and mostly follows the format, each call can be taken when two people meet for the first time - will be asked to talk about your personal situation (family, work, higher education, etc...) and other common topics.
The second stage of the speaker test requires you to make a appearance on a common theme. Examiner interview will give you a card with a topic on it and you should talk about one to two minutes. Again, the topics are very general and your experiences. A topic you can talk about a teacher who influenced you as a child, or talk about reading habits of people in your country. Again, do not need special knowledge to talk about topics that are given.
The examiner will give you a pencil and paper and allow you one minute to write notes in preparation for your presentation.
Stage Third :
Part Three of the test requires the speaker to take part in a discussion with your examiner. Topics discussed will be more complex than in preceding parts of the test and will have to give opinions, to wonder on possible events, trends, and possibly suggest how to solve the problem.
Part Three of the speaking test is the most important part because it is in this part of the test; the examiner found the end result speaks.
The examiner interviewed during the IELTS test is trained to assess your spoken English against criteria IELTS. You must be completely free speaker of English to get a reasonable result speaking IELTS. The examiner will be looking for your skill to use a range of vocabulary and grammar in a way that is clear and comprehensible.