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The Speaking section contains a total of four question tasks: one independent questions and three integrated questions. (updated on August 1st 2019)
  • Test time: 17 minutes
Intergrated Q3 - Academic summary

First, you will have 45 seconds to read a small text of about 100 words. Then, you will hear a dialogue of one to two minutes about the same subject, academic life. Next you will be asked about the text and the audio. You will have 30 seconds to prepare and 60 seconds to respond. Use the most important information from the text and audio, without arguing, to give your opinion and to compare the audio and text.

Read time: 45 secs. | Preparation time: 30 sec. | Answer time: 60 sec.
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Task 3 #Plus01

Based on the reading and the lecture describes the benefits of evergreen content.

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Task 3 #01

Using the main points and examples describe paradox of choice.

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Task 3 #02

Explain Establishing shots and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #03

The professor takes two examples to illustrate "altruism". Explain how the examples are related to the reading passage.

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Task 3 #04

Explain Revealing coloration and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #05

Using the main points and examples describe Vertical migration.

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Task 3 #06

Explain Clinal variation and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #07

Using the main points and examples describe founder effect.

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Task 3 #08

Using the main points and examples describe sunk costs.

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Task 3 #09

Using the main points and examples describe strategic alliance.

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Task 3 #10

Explain Diminishing returns and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #11

Explain Entertainment merchandising and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #12

Explain Inequity aversion and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #13

Explain Target marketing and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #14

Using the main points and examples describe opportunity cost.

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Task 3 #15

Using the main points and examples describe customer lock-in.

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Task 3 #16

Explain Display rules and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #17

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe the illusion of transparency

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Task 3 #18

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe self-fulfilling prophecy

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Task 3 #19

The professor takes two examples to illustrate "word framing". Explain how the examples are related to the reading passage.

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Task 3 #20

Using the main points and examples describe the Halo Effect.

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Task 3 #21

Using the main points and examples describe the Halo Effect.

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Task 3 #22

Using the main points and examples describe Familiarity principle.

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Task 3 #23

Explain sweeping generalization and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #24

Explain Impact bias and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #25

Explain Negativity bias and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #26

Explain Source amnesia and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #27

Explain Behavior contract and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #28

Explain Insight learning and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #29

Explain Mental set and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #30

Explain Halo error and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #31

Explain Cognitive Dissonance and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #32

Explain Implicit memory and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #33

Using the main points and examples describe internal attribution

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Task 3 #34

Explain Peak-End rule and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #35

Using the main points and examples describe Ergonomic design.

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Task 3 #36

Use the main points and examples from the lecture to describe two types of influences majority and minority.

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Task 3 #37

Using the main points and examples describe social interaction.

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Task 3 #38

Explain Groupthink and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #39

Explain Nonverbal Languages and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #40

Explain Behavior Modification and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #41

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe Reward theory of attraction.

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Task 3 #42

Using the main points and examples describe behaviour chaining.

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