(2024) IELTS Speaking Part 1 Topic Schools

IELTS Speaking Part 1 Topic Schools

IELTS Speaking Part 1 Topic Schools
IELTS Speaking Part 1 Topic Schools

Questions And Answers

1. Where do you go to school?

I’m studying at xxxx university, which is located in Beijing which is quite far away from my hometown. Studying in such a big city allowed me to have greater access to resources and opportunities and exposure to different cultures. I’m enjoying every moment here!

2. Do you go to a good school?

Yes, absolutely. I think I’m getting a first-rate education from my university. My professors are well-known in their own field, and my peers are top students from their hometowns. We have the latest technologies and equipment in our labs, and my school wins competitions across the country every year. I’m proud to be a student here!

3. Do you like your teachers?

Most of the time, I like my teachers/professors. You can really tell when they care about teaching, about their work, and about their students, which in turn, motivates me to participate and excel in the class. My pet peeve is when teachers don’t seem like they care.

5. What are the differences between your school and other schools?

I think the universities around mine are quite similar in terms of education quality, faculty expertise and facilities. Maybe certain majors from one university are better than the other ones, but I think overall, they are very close to each other.


exposure to (noun) /ɪkˈspəʊ.ʒər/the fact of experiencing something or being affected by it because of being in a particular situation or place.You should always limit your exposure to the sun.
well-known (adj) /ˈwelˈnoʊn/known or recognized by many peopleThe book is by a well-known historian.
excel in (verb) /ɪkˈsel/to be extremely good at something.excel in/at sth Their biggest competitive advantage is that they excel at manufacturing small, gas-efficient vehicles at low cost.
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