BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 17th August
IELTS SPEAKING FULL INTERVIEW
IELTS SPEAKING FULL INTERVIEW
PART – 1 INTRO PART
What is your full name?
My name is Gursewak Singh.
Can I see your ID?
Of course, here’s my ID.
Where are you from?
I am from Phagwara.
Do you work or study?
I am studying a Master’s Degree in Business Administration at the moment at M.S. University here in Phagwara.
What kinds of colours do you like to use?
Well, it depends on the things. If it was a house, then I would prefer light yellow, pink and grey, and if it was related to clothes, then I would prefer to black, grey, white and brown.
What colour would you never use in your home?
Black colour is something that I cannot think of using it, never at all, especially on walls or ceilings.
Do the colours have religious importance?
Yes, colours do have religious importance. In the past, some religions and races symbolized their identity with particular colours. For example white for Christians, green for Mohammedans (Muslims), saffron for Hindus and so on.
Do colours reveal the personality of a person, yes or no and why?
Attitude of a person, his nature, liking and disliking can be understood on the basis of his selection of colour. For example, if a person always wears vibrant and fluorescent colours, he might be showing youthfulness, whereas someone who wears sober coloured clothes may reflect responsibility and maturity. These are superficial predictions, but they are helpful in certain situations in life.
PART – 2 CUE CARD
Describe a major decision you have taken in your life
You should say
– What the decision was
– What other choices were available to you
– Why you made the decision you did and explain if you think the decision was a good one
If I tell you about my major decision, it might seem a bit incredible but it’s a fact. Well, the important decision that I’ve taken in my life is to study abroad. That’s the reason I’m here talking to you now.
After completion of my Bachelor degree, I faced a tough decision in my life. I was not able to decide whether to continue my studies in India or abroad. For some time, I felt mentally paralyzed.
I was preparing for Narsee Monjee Aptitude. Test (NMAT) because I wanted to do my Business Administration degree at NMIMS, Mumbai. However, I was not convinced with this option because I wanted to come out of my comfort zone of living with family and making the career. I asked certain questions to myself and didn’t find out a good reasoning.
There comes the wisdom of my father! I shared my confusion. He said only one thing, “Son, whatever your heart says, do it or you will regret forever.” Additionally, he supported my decision to study abroad. In fact, he said that he had always wanted to study in North America but he couldn’t do it as my grandfather had not enough funds to support his education. In other way, he wanted me to fulfil his incomplete dream, too. After this consultation, I decided to keep aside my decision of studying at NMIMS and started applying to university located either in Canada or in the USA.
Absolutely, I’m pretty confident that it’s a right decision. I finalized my decision to study at University of Toronto. I hope I’ll really get what I’ve dreamt of. All I need is to get a good score in IELTS.
PART – 3 FOLLOW UPS
What things do you consider before taking any decision?
I always look for the resources required and resources available for the sane before taking any decision. After that I envisage its consequences as clearly as possible, and then J take decision that is helpful not only to me but also to those who are concerned.
What is a tough decision according to you?
Decisions which can have long-term impact on life are often tough. For example, selecting a career or job, buying a house, marriage, starting a new business and so on. In addition, quick decisions are often tough because of shortage of time.
Do you believe that decisions made in haste are always wrong?
It happen often that people take wrong decisions in haste, but this is not always true. There are a few situations in life where we have to take prompt decisions. If they are based on right analysis and experience, they can be fruitful.
Do you like others taking decision on your behalf?
Not at all, I believe that I should take the charge of my life. Thus, I don’t like or don’t allow anyone to take decisions on my behalf, because it is likely that others consider my problem from their view while taking decisions for me, which can be harmful to me.
Should parents be involved in the decision-making process of their children?
Parents should involve in all important decisions of their children. Parents can use their experience and skills to help their children in taking appropriate decisions like studies, selecting schools or colleges, taking up new activities, selecting career related courses and even marriage.