The examiner will call you for one to one interview.
The interview may last from 10 to 20 minutes.
The examiner will switch on a cassette-recorder at the beginning of the test. The purpose of this recording is to ensure that the examiner has conducted the test correctly.
This section consists of three parts, each with a different format.
PART 1 : Introduction and interview (4 to 5 minutes)
You are invited to sit down. The examiner checks your ID. The examiner tries to get you to settle down (feel relaxed), asking basic questions about your life, your background, family and so on.
PART 2 : (3 to 4 minutes)
The examiner gives you a card with a topic written on it. You have one minute to think about this topic and prepare what you are going to say. Then you must speak about the topic for one to two minutes. After you finish talking, the examiner could ask some follow-up questions.
PART 3 : (4 to 5 minutes)
The examiner engages you in a discussion about topic that has the same general theme as of Part 2