The Writing Task

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
•Personal letter

In any letter you write IELTS examiners will be looking for these 3 important components:

and fluency of language. 084390 00086 , IELTS Band7, 323, GMS Road, Dehradun, Uttarakhand 248001

Common mistake in the IELTS Writing test

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. 084390 00086 , IELTS Band7, 323, GMS Road, Dehradun, Uttarakhand 248001

Pie Chart FAQs For Writing Test

Task 1: Pie Chart FAQs for writing test

Many candidates write about every detail in a pie chart in a list format. This means that their sentence structure is very limited and they can’t get more than a Band 5.

Are pie chart questions more difficult than other Task 1 questions?

No, not really – they might appear more complicated visually because of the way they represent information and also because pie charts are normally in questions with more than 1 set of data, but they are no more difficult (or easy!) than other Task 1 questions.

Do I have to include all of the information in a pie chart?

No, you don’t. Pie charts often have categories such as ‘miscellaneous’ and ‘others’; you don’t have to include these areas in your answers because it’s not really clear what they refer to and they are normally included just to make up 100%.
IELTS Band7, 323, GMS Road, Dehradun, Uttarakhand 248001
084390 00086

1 35 36 37 38 39 40