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Best 8 Tips for IELTS Writing Exam

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IELTS is a gate way Exam for Study abroad programs, immigration and work abroad purposes. It is a tool which helps to assess the English Language proficiency of test taker. The students who opt for study abroad programs attempt IELTS Academic, where as those seeking immigration and work-permits attempt IELTS General. The 4 aspects of IELTS are

  1. Listening
  2. Reading
  3. Writing and
  4. Speaking

Techniques Of Effective Writing In Gaining The Required Score

In this blog we have given detailed information about the techniques of effective writing in gaining the required score for admission to your favorite course abroad or immigration.

IELTS Academic Writing Exam Duration: 60 minutes

The writing Exam of IELTS has 2 tasks for their undergraduate and post graduate programs.

Task-1 A situation will be given and the test taker is asked to write the information of the graphical or visual matter through explanation.

Task-2 An essay should be written corresponding to a view point or contemplating with an argument or problem and justifying the situation properly.

Tips For TASK 1

Tip 1: Duration for task is only 20 minutes. Plan a strategy in your mind to produce your response legibly including all the information that is required to justify the explanation of the visual.

Tip-2: Always remember while attempting the task 1, the visual representations, graphs and flow charts are not meant for your correct mathematical calculation. But the writing exam IELTS is extremely focused on only testing your way of presentation of the information using proper vocabulary without grammatical errors. Dont worry about calculations, but stay focused on presenting your response with proper language and grammar.

Tip-3: Read and Understand the sentence of task-1 of Writing IELTS Academic. If you understand the titles and sentence, you can properly summarize as per the requirement. In paragraph 1 introduce the visuals in 3 or 4 sentences with accurate language.

Tip-4: In the 2nd paragraph visuals are supposed to be summarized properly. The word count while summarizing the visuals is important.

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Tip-5: In the 3rd paragraph, use all the data, statistics and details given with key words to inform that you are focusing on the subject

Tip-6: Conclude the paragraph but do not exceed the word count. Conclusion helps you if you fall short with the words. But if the content reaches 150 words then avoid conclusion or conclude shortly.

Tip-7: Practice the first paragraph of Task 1 multiple times with different visuals so that when you attempt a real IELTS Exam you will know the impressive writing of first paragraph, which gives an impression of you to the evaluator.

Tip-8: Avoid redundancy in the content. If the evaluator finds repetitive information in the presented content then you may lose scores.

Tips For TASK 2

Task 2 questions are generally debatable and difficult to justify. Here you are supposed to present your ideas and opinions without contradicting. The grammar, language and vocabulary are critically important.

Duration: 40 minutes

Tip-1: Draw your strategic plan of approach in your mind before attempting to write the task 2 of IELTS Writing.

Tip-2: Keep the introduction of the paragraph short and simple. Paraphrase the given topic in simple and plain words.

Tip-3: Avoid using the same words from the question.

Tip-4: Answer the question directly without contradicting it.

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Tip-5: Arrange the essay through the paragraphs and express your ideas in each paragraph

Tip-6: Maintain connection to the main point in each paragraph with the idea expressed

Tip-7: Support your ideas with examples and details to emphasize the main point

Tip-8: Conclude the essay shortly with a couple of sentences mentioning the ideas expressed and justify the conclusion. Follow the tips while attempting your IELTS Writing Academic to gain best scores.

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Most asked questions on Google

Yes, some universities don’t make IELTS scores mandatory and some universities have waivers during admissions through which you can enter the US without IELTS.

It depends on the course you are taking up. For English language proficiency, the best tests to choose from are IELTS, PTE, and TOEFL.

A minimum of 60% is mandatory to be eligible to go abroad. For studying abroad, you may need to submit scores of IELTS, TOEFL, SAT, PTE, GMAT, or GRE.


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