Examining the examiner
Having finally qualified a couple of weeks ago, yesterday I started my new role, examining IELTS Speaking Tests for the British Council. Whilst I've practiced running dummy exams and graded recorded interviews, I've never before done both things simultaneously. It's tricky as you're aware that the things that you say, the timings of the activities (to the second) and your consequent analysis of the candidate's ability are all monitored and posthumously assessed in great detail. So I need to concentrate really hard and get everything right. And then do another one five minutes later; 20+ a day.
20/5/2019 12:24:08 pm
Yes I agree. At least I think I do if I can really understand!!!
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Paul Hider lives and works in Kunming (SW China) and regularly updates this blog about his life there.
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