The IELTS writing test is designed to assess a wide range of writing skills, including how well you
This will be applicable for whichever test you are appearing for. You will be asked to write a letter or an essay and supposed to write your response into provided answer sheets. You are not allowed to write your answers in bullet points or notes, you are required to write your response in full sentences only. In your Writing test there are no right or wrong answers or opinions. The examiners will be assessing how well you can use your English to report information and express ideas.
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There are two parts (Tasks).
• Analyze the questions carefully to make sure your response includes all the points covered in the question.
• Use your own words do not copy words from question itself.
• You must write your answer in full. Do not present your answer in note or bullet point format.
• Don’t write too long sentences. It will affect coherence and it will be hard to control the grammar.
• You have 40 minutes to write your task 2 essay. Give at least 5 minutes to yourself to plan your answer before you start writing. You should include introductions, ideas to support your views and opinions.
• Take care to spell words correctly. Standard American, Australian and British spellings are accepted in IELTS.
The IELTS measures the language proficiency of person who wants to study, work or migrate English speaking country. It uses a nine-band scale to clearly identify levels of proficiency, from non-user
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