THE IELTS SPEAKING SCORING CRITERIA

THE IELTS SCORING CRITERIA

IELTS speaking test scores range from Band 0 to 9 and they are based on four criteria, each worth 25% of your final band.

 1) Fluency and coherence (25%)

To get a high score for this criteria, you need to:

• Avoid unnatural hesitation and pauses.

• Avoid repeating the same words.

• Develop and expand your answers.

• Organise and connect your ideas in a logical way (use appropriate connecting words and phrases).

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2) Lexical resource (25%)

To get a high score for this criteria, you need to:

• Use a good range of vocabulary in your speaking.

• Use natural collocations (e.g. make a phone call, do a course).

• Use some ‘less common’ vocabulary and synonyms (e.g. bitterly cold instead of very very cold).

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3) Grammatical range and accuracy (25%)

 

To get a high score for this criteria, you need to:

• Use appropriate tenses for past, present and future.

• Use appropriate structures when talking about hypothetical situations (e.g. would + infinitive, conditional structures). •

Use appropriate modal verbs when speculating about something (e.g. might, could + infinitive).

• Use appropriate structures when contrasting and comparing different things.

• Avoid mistakes with simple grammar.

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4) Pronunciation (25%)

To get a high score for this criteria, you need to:

• Pronounce individual sounds correctly.

• Stress the right syllables in words.

• Use good intonation

 

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