WRITE. But how? Have you ever wondered how can I write well in IELTS and get good scores. There are many things you can do but for today lets hear to the aid of the day to find out what you can do today.
- ORIGINALITY MATTERS
- Well if you are asked to write an essay make sure you use your own words. Don’t copy the words given in the question. For example, if it is written advantage in the question you can use “a positive aspect” or may be some other synonym. Remember, the examiner does not includes the copied words in its word count. So, be original, score more and fly high.
- MAKE SENSE
The examiner wont give you more marks if you write more. It is very important that you make your point clear in the essay. The last paragraph of the essay should be the conclusion of your entire essay. This means the last paragraph must be consistent with the arguments you gave earlier in the essay.
Remember, the more the sincere you are with your dream, the more are the chances you will succeed.
As you know there are 2 parts, the Writing task 1 and the Writing task 2.
In the Writing task 1 you receive a “scenario” and you have to write a letter. Not many people know that there are 4 types of letters in the IELTS test:
•Complaint / Request (of information) letter
•Formal business letter
•Job application letter
In any letter you write IELTS examiners will be looking for these 3 important components:
and fluency of language.
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Common mistake in the IELTS Writing test:
As you may know, there are 2 tasks, Writing Task 1 and Task 2, and in both Academic and General Training modules Task 1 is shorter (150 words) than Task 2 (250 words). Often people decide to write the Task 2 first, before writing Task 1. No problem so far, but we are getting to the really important bit.
It is essential that you pay attention to the Answer Sheet and write your answers in the right places. There are 2 marked spaces on the Answer Sheet that you get in the Writing test, one says “Task 1″ and the other says “Task 2″. To avoid confusing the examiner who will check your work, you need to make sure that the the essay is written under “Task 2″ and the report (for Academic) or the letter (for General Training) – under Task 1.
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Here are a number of ways you can get in trouble with your IELTS writing tasks:
1. Using informal English in the IELTS Writing tasks.
2. Using contractions.
3. Using slang.
4. SMS-like spelling.
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