i was in the same situation with my gcse's speaking test. I memorised my it and then to test whether i knew it correctly i would write it out again, to make sure i was not missing out words after i had memorised it, i voice record myself saying it so i can listen back to it and identify anything that didnt sound write. if you are unsure about any pronouncication, type the word into google translater and click the sound button, so you can hear it being said.
Hope it helps :)
Answered Mon 31st December, 2012 @ 16:50 by irayyy
If you can't find anyone to practise with, a friend from your French class maybe, then I would recommend just talking to yourself, it sounds really silly but if you record questions on your phone and then play them back to yourself and then just answer them by yourself you're practising the spontaneity part! Before my French AS speaking last year I just spent days speaking to my friends in French. You could also use skype? Maybe chat to a French exchange partner (if you have one) or just another friend. When you think about it, it is quite hard to practise the spontaneity part on your own. God luck!