I would be curious about your experiences. I know the system of a certain language exam can be dissimilar in a world-wide sense, and all the requirements must be open and accurately defined but yet, sometimes an unexpected surprise may appear, and you must talk about a theme about you do not have any opinions even not in your native language. I think most of users here would like to dodge these situations by preparing for them.
I must make it clear that I am curious about topics that may turn out on an advanced language exam. To start with, currently I feel that if I were asked to talk about " tax return ", or "breast augmentation" ( I am a guy :D), I would not have any idea. Perhaps I would just be confused and keep saying "eeeer..." giving a big K.O. to my points. If you were in this shoe before, or participated on an exam you must know this feeling very well, because perhaps you have experienced this or you were just afraid of it as you were aware of the topics you were weaker at.
So what are our statistical vulnerabilities? Could you help me accumulate them? Do you have any stories come to your mind due to this? Just let me know. :)