IELTS Cue Card Sample 118 - Describe a project you worked on in your study or job

IELTS Speaking Part 2: IELTS Cue Card/ Candidate Task Card.

Describe a project you worked on in your study or job.

You should say:

  •     What the project was
  •     Who else was involved in it
  •     How long it took

And explain what you learned from this project.

Model Answer:
I have worked on several projects both in my school and in my office and out of those, I would like to talk about an electronic project that I worked on in my college level. It was a physics project in our final terms and we had 3 team members. We were asked to create 2 radio devices that would be able to clearly communicate within the 300-metre range.

Our physics teacher Mr. Newphen gave us the talks and I worked on this project with two other classmates of my college. The teacher gave us 15 days time but after 10 days passed, we noticed that more than half of the task was pending and we extended the time. The work took around 22 days for us to complete and show the demo.

We had to create two radio devices that would basically similar to the devices the traffic controlling officers usages. But our device would have a shorter range and would work within 300 metres. Another objective was for us to make such two devices with a very minimal cost.

We had to work hard to make it work. I learned many things from this project like, how to work on a major project with a team, how to reduce the interferences of radio frequency, how to build quality equipment in low budget, how to fine tune a project and many other things that later became handy for my university and office projects.

Similar Cue Card Topics

Your ability to talk about this Cue Card Topic would also enable you to talk about the following Cue Card Topics as well:

  1. Describe a group study or project you did in your university.
  2. Describe an assignment you completed recently.
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