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  • Why do you even need to care about the introduction in PTE Speaking?
  • Isn't it optional? Isn't it unscored?
  • Isn't it easy?
  • And a million other questions...
PTE Introduction

In the Personal Introduction question, you are asked to speak about a familiar topic on which you can blabber a lot. However, there is a caveat. If you speak too much, you might end up with an incomplete introduction. A beep will prompt you that the time for this question is over. So, completing the question in the allotted time is essential.

This is the very first task that you will see on the PTE Academic Speaking test. A lot depends on just the introduction. Wondering what?

For one, it can help you calm your nerves. Come the big day, the introduction helps you to stay calm by giving you an easier topic to speak on. We can even think of this as priming ourselves before the main activity i.e. the main part of the test. An introduction can give you a head-start. It can set the tone for the remaining test. If introduction goes well, the other parts of the test will fall into place because you have taken the first step successfully.

Second, the Introduction is an important component of the PTE Academic Speaking because it is used by admission officers for verification purposes. It would be wise, therefore, to sound natural.

This is how the PTE Speaking - Introduction question is presented:.

PTE Preparation Software

HOW TO PREPARE

1. Pre-formulate
The prompts are pretty standard. So, it is always good to have a formulaic approach to such an Introduction task in order to complete it well in time and move on to the next item. There's no one standard response! The prompts will remain the same, so you can prepare them beforehand. Aim to speak 1-2 simple sentences on each of the points and you will be done.
2. Wait for the beep
This is true for all speaking tasks. Because this is the first question, a lot of test takers just start speaking as soon as they see the indication. Remember to wait for the beep. The beep will prompt you to start speaking. You need not start before the beep. Anything that you speak before the beep will not be recorded. You don't really need a half introduction anyway.
3. Don't rush
A lot of students think this to be the easiest part as they just have to talk about themselves. So, they rush through this item type. Think again! You don't need to cover all the prompts first. So, rushing would make you more stressed. Relax! Take your time and cover as many points as you can. Be easy on yourself.
4. Conclude before time
Again, you must do this for almost all speaking questions. As soon as you get to know that only five seconds are remaining, make all possible effort to conclude your response.

So, you must start strong and end well! Start taking PTE Speaking tests on TCYonline.com to score more on PTE!

 
 
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