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IELTS Mock Test (Speaking and Writing)

At North London School of English (NLSEnglish) an official Cambridge Exam Preparation Centre, we offer both online and offline IELTS Mock Tests (Speaking and Writing).

In our experience, many IELTS candidates experience greater difficulties achieving their desired scores on the Productive Linguistic Skills (Writing and Speaking).

To this end we are offering IELTS candidates the opportunity to benefit from IELTS mock tests on the Writing and Speaking sections.

How does it work?

Speaking Section (Academic and General)

To help candidates benefit from a realistic IELTS test experience, we offer a face-to-face speaking test in our school for those in the UK and via online platforms for candidates residing outside the UK.

We don’t offer pre-recorded videos; therefore, candidates are expected to book their test in advance.

Duration: 10 to 15 min

Part 1 : Examiner will introduce him/herself, asking candidates about general subjects such as home, friends, work, and so forth.

Part 2 : Candidates will be given a specific topic containing a few direct questions on the topic and are required to be all answered.

Part 3 : Candidates will be asked further open-ended questions mostly with reference to the topic on part 2.

Writing Section (Academic)

Duration: 60 min

Task 1: In this task candidates are expected to describe a visual task ( Graph, Chart, Report, Procedures, etc) in their own words.

Minimum Word requirement: 150 Words

Task 2: In this task candidates are expected to express their views in response to an open-ended question within the boundaries of academic writing structure.

Minimum Word requirement: 250 Words

Writing Section (General)

Duration: 60 min

Task 1: In this task candidates are asked to write a letter to a respondent such as student accommodation officer, landlords, manufactures and so forth in their own words.

Minimum word requirement: 150 Words

Task 2: In this task candidates are expected to express their views in response to an open-ended question applying an academic written structure.

Minimum word requirement: 250 Words