IELTS Speaking
IELTS Speaking Part 1 – Challenges

IELTS Speaking Part 1 – Challenges

IELTS Speaking Part 1 – Challenges

1. What subject do you think is the most challenging at school?

I believe the most challenging subjects at school are those that are hard to visualize because they are purely theoretical. One subject I found particularly challenging was processor architecture. We had to understand how a processor works, memorizing pin numbers and how information is directed from one pin to another. It’s all mathematical equations, and it’s difficult because it’s very technical and not something you can see in daily life. It took some time for us to grasp it, especially in the beginning.

2. Do you like to challenge yourself?

To some extent, I enjoy challenging myself because it’s a journey of self-discovery. However, there are challenges that I simply want to get over with, like trying to connect with someone or understanding them. Those kinds of challenges I don’t particularly like. But when it comes to challenges like puzzles, I’m okay with those.

3. Do you like to live a life that has a lot of challenges?

I wouldn’t say so. While it’s true that you can’t appreciate sunny days without rainy ones, if every day feels like a rainy day, it becomes tough. I believe having about one-third of your life filled with challenges and the remaining two-thirds with enjoyment is good. However, having a 40/60 split is preferable to me. I don’t like the idea of half happiness and half hardship, or even worse, mostly hardship.

4. How do you usually deal with challenges in daily life?

From what I’ve learned from books, one of the best ways to deal with life’s challenges is to approach them objectively, without letting emotions cloud your judgment. If you find yourself getting emotional, it’s important to step back and regain your composure before tackling the issue objectively.

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