SpeechRater™ Score
3.78
TOEFL® Speaking Score
29
Test-taker
John Healy
Date
2022-07-9, 18:25
Platform
My Speaking Score
Scoring Engine
SpeechRater™
Attempt
1st
Test
ETS Prep
Task
Q2-Auditorium
Mode
Legacy
WPM
155
Word Count

155

Global Rank
90th percentile
IELTS Speaking Estimate
9
CEFR Estimate
C2
According to an article in a campus publication , the university has made a decision to tear down the old historic auditorium , and the university claims that this new building will have a vastly improved appearance and in addition , it will be a much larger facility . And the man in the conversation , unfortunately , thinks that this is an absolutely terrible idea for a couple of reasons . First , the man feels like the auditorium is as beautiful as a building can get . For example , he states that it was one of the university 's first buildings built ever , and the university should be interested in preserving that building rather than tearing it down . And furthermore , the man believes the auditorium is currently the perfect size . For instance , he argues that the facility is never currently a capacity and is therefore not in need of any kind of radical expansion because the university auditorium is serving the students well .
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How fast you speak (measured in words per second).

Impact: strong Impact on score: strong

87

How smoothly you speak (number of words without disfluencies).

Impact: very strong Impact on score: very strong

99

How often you pause when you speak (filled and unfilled pauses).

Impact: very strong Impact on score: very strong

98

How effectively you use pauses (pause-to-speech ratio).

Impact: strong Impact on score: strong

97

How long your phrases (also called 'chunks') are (in words).

Impact: strong Impact on score: strong

87

How often you are repetitive (e.g. reformulations).

Impact: weak Impact on score: weak

99

How closely your syllable stress resembles a native speaker.

Impact: mild Impact on score: mild

97

How closely your vowel sounds resemble a native speaker.

Impact: strong Impact on score: strong

96

How well you use uncommon words in your response.

Impact: weak Impact on score: weak

99

How varied your vocabulary is (adverbs, adjectives, etc).

Impact: mild Impact on score: mild

54

How correctly you use English grammar conventions.

Impact: mild Impact on score: mild

70

How your response is formed to connect ideas.

Impact: mild Impact on score: mild

95