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    Hey. I`ve just received my IELTS results and got kinda confused with the scores, the speaking part atleast. Even though I thought that it was my strongest side and that it would bring up my band score , it did the opposit - ruined me. I got 5.5 :woo: . I am thinking to appeal and ask for a re-mark of the speaking test but don't know if it's worth it?

    Maybe you have an idea what percentage of people who ask for a re-mark get what they wanted? I mean, is it quite rare for the examiners to give you a different score or it happens all the time?

    I am quite sure that I was supposed to get more than that miserable 5.5...I spoke quite fluently, without any "ummmm ammmm mmmmmmm", logical sentence structures and so on. I wonder what the guidelines are when evaluating this part of the test.

    If you have any ideas to share with me, please do. Would be very helpful :o:
 
 
 
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