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- June 11, 2019 at 7:00 am #27495shine
I took my computer-delivered General exam on 8th June.
Here are questions for the Speaking section.
What is your name?
Where are you from?
Do you stay in an apartment or house?
Which room do you like the most?
Do you often use social websites? Why?
What are the advantages of social websites?
Is it a good idea for people to spend more time on social websites?
Would you like to spend more time on social websites? Why?
How do you feel when you see people throwing rubbish on the street?
What do you think why people throw rubbish on the streets?
Do you think transportation on the streets damages environment? Why?
Which development is required in transport facilities in your country?
Describe an occasion when the vehicle you took broke down during your travel.
You should say:
Where were you going
Who you were with
How you felt it
Also, explain how long did it take to repair the vehicle
Which kind of transport is famous in your country?
Do younger people prefer public transport most or older people?
How comfort of people walking on the street can be increased?
There were a few questions more based on my answer to previous questions.
Writing Task 1
You recently travelled on a train which arrived very late and you faced many problems. Write a letter to the owner of the company.
Include the below points:
1. Where were you going
2. What problems did you face?
3. What action would you like the owner to take?
Some people think that money is the best gift for teenagers. Others disagree.
Discuss both these views and give your opinion.
My experience for the computer-delivered test:
1. The online timer shows only minutes and not seconds. Hence I stopped my editing in the last 1 minute. The screen automatically submits questions when time is up.
2. There is a highlight and notes feature available in the Reading section where we can highlight keywords. This makes easy to locate answers for lengthy paragraphs.
3. In my test, all reading passages were quite lengthy. Hence I just scanned passages for locating answers.
4. I ran out of time for writing and couldn’t get time for reviewing typo errors, spelling and punctuation. I mainly focused on covering the points and my thought process.
5. In the speaking section, I was fluent in part 1 and 2 but lost fluency in part 3 as it made me think a lot while answering.
6. I prepared for this test in 5 weeks.
All the best for other learners for their exam.