Speaking Guideline: Education PART1

Speaking Guideline: Education


  1. Are you a student? What subject(s) are you studying?

examinee: I’m currently a sophomore at Princeton University which is one of the top academies in the nation. I study law and it is certifiably a popular elective in our institution. In fact, it is one of the most sought-after courses.

  1. Why did you choose this/these subject(s)?

examinee : I opted for this particular course for the reason that it is a truly well – thought of degree and I’m hoping to pursue it as a career in the future.

  1. Would you say you are a good student?

examinee : Well, overall I think I am an excellent student. I’m an eager beaver. Most of the time, I prefer to stay at home and hit the books rather than to take part in social activities.

  1. Which topic/subject do you find the most difficult or interesting?

examinee : The hardest content in this elective is the part wherein I have to recall innumerable legislations and various cases. I should recur how those effects on each part of the law and how they interact with each other. It can practically be exhausting since I have to read thickest textbooks each day.

  1. What was your favorite subject when you were at school?

examinee : English was the academic content that I liked the most. For the reason that it developed my essay writing skill, fluency, and communication proficiency — all of which were essential if I wanted to receive satisfactory grades whilst at university.

  1. Is there anything else would you like to study in the future?

examinee : I want to take up masters in International Human Rights Law. There are numerous high profile cases in the media, so it’s really exciting and something I would wish to become an expert in.