Thanks for posting your results. It's very helpful and motivating for other people!
Sorry that you didn't get your overall score, but I'm glad that you improved in writing.
For the speaking, have a look at the many topics on this site for Part 2 (the part where you have to speak for 2 minutes - that's TWO minutes, not one!), and do them against the clock. Record yourself! It's tough for everyone. Record yourself on your mobile phone or computer. There should be no gaps. Make sure you answer all the bullet points.
A good suggestion for Speaking Part 2 is to tell a story. Talk about someone or something that really happened. It will be much more interesting for you and the examiner, and much easier.
There are many examples of Part 2 on Google and Youtube.
Remember Part 3 is related to Part 2, so if you talk for 2 minutes about a friend in part 2, then Part 3 might be about friendship. If Part 2 is about a place you go to relax, then Part 3 might be about pressure and stress, or tourism, or leisure.
Don't neglect any skill. Get copies of the test (I recommend the Cambridge series - book 5, 6, 7, or 8, with the CDs) and make sure you get a high score on listening.
Good luck next month and keep practising. Don't give up!