Here you have links to videos of the different parts of the speaking test:

Part 1: Interview
This part tests the candidates' ability to provide information about themselves.

This part consists of an initial greeting, some simple questions about the candidates life. ( where they come from, whether they are studying or working etc.) This is followed by 1 question, chosen from a list of 6, to each candidate in turn.

Part 2: Collaborative task
This part tests the candidates' ability to engage in a discussion and to work towards a negotiated outcome of the task set.

The students are given spoken instructions and a visual stimulus (a set of pictures) to form the basis of the task they must carry out together. First, the candidates are asked a question which focuses on their reaction to aspects of one or more of the pictures, they are given 1 minute to talk about this. After this, the interlocutor gives the candidates spoken instructions for a decision making task.

Students must work together towards a negotiated completion of the task and are assessed on their speaking skills while doing this; there is no right or wrong answer to the task.

The task gives the candidates the opportunity to show their range of language (speculating, evaluating, comparing, giving opinions, eliciting, negotiating etc.) and their ability to manage a discussion.

Part 3: Long turn and discussion
This part tests the candidates' ability to develop and sustain discourse, and to engage in discussion on the topics of the long turns.

In this part each candidate speaks for 2 minutes without interruption. Each candidate in turn given a card with a question on it, there are also some ideas related to the question. The other candidate must not speak during their partner's long turn, but they must listen as they will be asked a follow-up question based on the same theme. The candidate who has just finished their long turn will then be asked to join the discussion.

In this part candidates need to be able to organise their thoughts and ideas, and express themselves coherently in appropriate language in the given time. After both the long turns and follow-up questions, the interlocutor leads a discussion which further explores the topics of the long turns.