It's good to express your emotions but don't lose control!

In an interview situation it’s always good to express yourself and to convey your feelings, however there is a limit.  You don’t want to put yourself in a situation that causes you to become over-emotional and perhaps lose control – this could jeopardise the success of your whole interview.

In order to avoid this, think about the kind of things that you may be asked about in an interview that could cause you to get emotional – a pet that died recently, an exam you failed, an argument you had with a friend. By thinking about them in advance you can mentally prepare yourself to talk about them, or our best advice would be to try to avoid talking on these sensitive subjects altogether and wherever possible answer the question using a different example.




I am planning to appear in IELTS exam in October'2016.I am quite confident about speaking Section unless I had enough knowledge of the topic which will be asked by an examiner.

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i took the ielst test for the 3rd time but i still cannot get a score 7 on my speaking test. please help. i really need it. my skype accnt. ------------------------.

Hello willieth,

I'm sorry to hear that – that must be frustrating. I'm not sure it's any consolation, but many, many people find it difficult to pass from 6.5 to 7. Have you worked through the advice on TakeIELTS? There are also useful videos on YouTube – search for 'IELTS speaking' and look especially for videos produced by IELTS and/or the British Council, though many of the others are quite useful as well.

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Best wishes,
The LearnEnglish Team