Candidate Task Card

In part 2 of the IELTS speaking test, you will be given a task card on a particular topic (also known as candidate task card or cue card). This topic also includes 4 questions or key points that you should talk about.

The examiner will give you a pencil and paper to make notes and he/she will allow you a minute for the preparation. You then need to talk for one to two minutes. This Candidate Task Card part of the Speaking test lasts for 3-4 minutes.
Title Modified Date
Describe an experience when you were disappointed - Cue Card # 710 26 December 2020
Describe a crowded place you have been to - Cue Card # 709 09 January 2021
Something important you have learned recently - Cue Card # 708 09 January 2021
Unpopular opinion you hold or have - Cue Card # 707 09 January 2021
Important email you have received lately - Cue Card # 706 09 January 2021
Describe a situation that made you feel uncomfortable - Cue Card # 705 12 January 2021
Describe something you did for the first time and enjoyed - Cue Card # 704 13 January 2021
Describe a time when you moved to a new school - Cue Card # 703 13 January 2021
Describe a company/business that employs many youths - Cue Card # 702 13 January 2021
Describe an important conversation - Cue Card # 701 13 January 2021
Describe a person who often travels by plane - Cue Card # 700 13 January 2021
A situation when you had to keep silent - Cue Card # 699 13 January 2021
Describe a female leader you like - Cue Card # 698 13 January 2021
A character from a story/film/TV programme - Cue Card # 697 13 January 2021
Describe something you can make by yourself - Cue Card # 696 13 January 2021
Describe a vehicle you would like to own - Cue Card # 695 13 January 2021
Your idea of a perfect holiday destination - Cue Card # 694 15 January 2021
Describe a time when you were appreciated - Cue Card # 693 15 January 2021
Something interesting happened in your school - Cue Card # 692 15 January 2021
Describe a cold winter morning you remember - Cue Card # 691 15 January 2021