Practise your talk in advance if you want to deliver it successfully. But the most important thing is to do it out loud.
Before an oral exam or presentation you really should practise your talk out loud.
Ok so you’ve got everything you studied up here, but the most important thing now is to be able to communicate it to your audience, and to do that you have to use your body and voice.
First, try practising in front of a mirror.
Don’t stand too hunched up, and don’t be too stiff, and don’t overdo those facial expressions, you’re not a cartoon character.
But the most important thing is to practise reading out loud.
Don’t mumble, don’t shout.
Practise until you find the right pace and tone.
Repeat everything you have to say, then watch your performance and give yourself a score.
Come on, it wasn’t that bad, yes, a little higher …
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the cleverest of them all?