Những câu hỏi và câu trả lời thường gặp nhất trong Ielts Speaking topic education

Ngoài ra bạn có thể sẽ được hỏi về những câu hỏi khó hơn như tình trạng giáo dục hiện tại ở đất nước bạn, ưu và nhược điểm của nền giáo dục hiện tại, bạn nghĩ cần phải thay đổi gì để cải thiện hệ thống giáo dục hiện tại. Sau đây là tổng hợp các câu hỏi và trả lời cho topic education trong phần thi IELTS speaking part 1

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Top 10 câu hỏi và câu trả lời thường gặp nhất trong Ielts Speaking Part 1

Topic Education

 

       Chủ đề giáo dục là một chủ đề khá là rộng, nó bao gồm nhiều lĩnh vực đào tạo. Bạn có thể sẽ được giám khảo Ielts hỏi về các vấn đề như chuyên ngành của bạn ở trường đại học, vì sao bạn chọn chuyên ngành đó, nếu học chuyên ngành đó thì sau khi ra trường bạn sẽ làm gì, môn học bạn thích nhất là gì, giáo viên bạn thích nhất là ai... Ngoài ra bạn có thể sẽ được hỏi về những câu hỏi khó hơn như tình trạng giáo dục hiện tại ở đất nước bạn, ưu và nhược điểm của nền giáo dục hiện tại, bạn nghĩ cần phải thay đổi gì để cải thiện hệ thống giáo dục hiện tại. Sau đây là tổng hợp các câu hỏi và trả lời cho topic education trong phần thi IELTS speaking part 1

 

1. Now I’d like to hear more about you. Have you graduated or are you still studying?

 

I’m still studying in Technology University, majoring in computing technology. I have one more year before I finish.

I’m now in the final year of my Master programme, working on my dissertation. I enjoy my research a lot.

 

2. Can you tell me something about your education?

3. Could you tell me something about your educational background?

 

I graduated from University of  Natural Sciences in 2004. My major was chemistry. By the time of my graduation, I was awarded the Bachelor of Science in the field of chemistry.

Well, first I went to primary school and high school in my hometown. Then, I took the entrance examination into Technology University, majoring in engineering. I studied water management for 4 years and graduated in 2006. After that, I went on with postgraduate course in another university for two years.

Yes. After graduation from senior middle school, I went to Ho Chi Minh City University of Information Technology to study computer science for 4 years and got a Bachelor’s degree. Then, I was assigned to work in the local government in Dong Nai. It was very boring, just some office work, not challenging at all. Two years later, I wanted to broaden my knowledge, so I quit my job and went to Ho Chi Minh University of Technology for my Master’s degree. Then, ever since 2003 when I joined my current company, I have been worked as a programmer.

 

4. What was/is your major? What did you major in? Why did you choose… as your major

5. How do you like your major?

 

Well, my parents and my high school teacher chose it for me because I was very young then and they helped me make the decision. They said that this major would be very popular in 5-year’ time, and the job opportunity would be very promising if I chose this major. And of course, they were might.

I chose it just because I love it. I’m always fond of meeting with people.

 

6. What do you like most about studies?

 

Well, there is nothing more interesting than to learn to develop software for a company. I am so surprised at the creativity and imagination these courses involve. Whenever  I’ve finished a project, I am very happy to see my own product accepted and used by other people, actually bringing benefits to the users. That’s what gives me a lot of satisfaction. And I know that’s what I will do in the future.

I think my major is very important in the modern society, so I am continually learning more about my major. I also work hard to keep myself well informed about the latest development in this field, and try my best to keep up with the time.

 

7. Do you have any regrets about your education?

8. What was the most regretful/unforgettable experience in your college life?

 

I think the most regretful thing in college life is that I didn’t choose education as my major as I love teaching so much. I should have learned more about how to teach children.

Well, one thing that I regret very much is that I did not study hard enough to get the TOEFL certificate when I was in my third year.

No, I don’t have any regrets whatsoever. I like everything as it is. I wouldn’t want to change a thing.

 

9. Do you think what you have learned at college is beneficial to your future career?

 

Yes, I think so. What I’ve learned at college has laid a solid foundation for my future career.

Yes, definitely. What I have achieved today owed a lot to my college study. What I’ve learned in the university is more about theory, which is the basis for my further study and future practical work after graduation.

Well, it’s hard to say. You see, my major is computing science, which is developing at an accelerating pace. What I’ve learned at college was about theory and some findings on those days, I mean, they can be outdated very soon. After graduation, I have to orient myself more towards the market and keep working out some new things.

No, I don’t think so. You know, I majored in archaeology at college. After graduation, I found that it was really hard for me to find a satisfactory job. They have enough people doing the research, and I am not interested in excavating at the archaeological sites. What I have learned at college is of little help to me. I have to learn some new and more useful skills while working.

 

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