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    • WWW.TEACHINGSTUDENTSHOW.COM Taking an Oral Exam
    • Oral Test Tips
      • Confirm the time and place of the test with your teacher
      • Find out what topics you will tested on and if you are allowed to bring props, visual aids and how you should dress
      • Be sure to prepare for the oral test as you would for any other test
      • Anticipate what questions will be on the exam
      • Prepare answers for the questions
      • Have someone who is familiar with the subject ask you questions
    • Oral Test Tips
      • Practice talking into a mirror so that you can evaluate your body language
      • Record your audio using an audio file or on a audio tape
      • Play it back to evaluate how you sound
      • Video tape yourself to hear both audio and video
      • If you are using a computer or other equipment for the exam make sure everything works several times
    • Oral Test Tips
      • Show up early so that you don’t feel rushed and that you can gather your thoughts
      • Turn off your cell phone
      • Dress accordingly
      • Maintain good eye contact and posture, don’t slouch if your sitting or lean if you are standing
      • Pay close attention to the questions if asked, if you don’t understand the question then ask for clarification
    • Oral Test Tips
      • Speak in complete sentences
      • Try not to give one or two word answers
      • Be sure to thank the teacher for their time when you are finished taking the test