Nowadays, language schools tend to include oral exams as part of their course completion assessment instruments along with their traditional written exams. Language learners experience a lot of anxiety during such exams. This books describes research on high/low students' oral performance in relation to interviewers' gender and interview topic. It also examines interviewees' beliefs on oral exams as well as addresses the relationship between anxiety, interviewers' gender, interview topic, and interviewees' oral performance. Studying this book can help EFL teachers, oral exam administrators and interviewers to manage exam interviews and choice of topics better and in line with their interviewees' anxiety levels.