Why is the IELTS Examiner Taking Notes During my Speaking Exam?
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Today you’ll find out what the Examiner might be taking notes on while you’re speaking.
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Thank you to subscriber Prabh Gill who asked today’s question. This student said that on her most recent Speaking Exam, she saw the examiner write the numbers ‘5, 5, 6, 8’ while she was talking. Thus, she was worried that these may be her scores!
Since I was an IELTS Examiner for 14 years, I am qualified to give you the insider knowledge about what this examiner might have been doing, or doing wrong.
The fact is, Examiners are not supposed to take notes while you are taking your Speaking Exam. It’s against the rules.
They must listen carefully and analyze your ability in their minds while you’re talking. Then, when you leave the room, they can write down whatever they need to.
The truth is, though, that most examiners pretty much know your scores as soon as you leave the room, only by keeping track in their heads. Then, after you leave, they consult the scoring rubric to make sure.
So, they cannot take notes or write down scores until after the Speaking Exam is finished and you’ve exited the exam room.
If you see an examiner breaking these rules, please tell the test center administrator. Advocate for a fair and valid exam where the Examiner follows all of the rules.
Having said that, I did write down some numbers while examining! They had nothing to do with student performance, however, so I wasn’t breaking any rules.
Examiners must keep very careful track of time, and I would note down the 1 minute and 2 minute time markers in Speaking Part 2.
As a reminder, Speaking Part 1 lasts 4-5 minutes, Speaking Part 2 is 3-4 minutes, and Speaking Part 3 is 4-5 minutes. Again, examiners must be very strict in keeping to the timing expectations.
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