IELTS Writing Exam

3 secrets to crack your IELTS writing exam

During IELTS writing exam, many students find tempting to give their written exam. They get free hand to write as much as they can in the time allotted. In this time span, they can showcase their knowledge towards the language. But, do you think, this can help them attain a good band score? Well, not really, as there are other aspects as well which students need to focus on before appearing for their writing exam.

IELTS writing exam is divided into 2 parts: Task1 and Task2. Task1 consists of some pictorial and graphical information and students are required to write a description about the information provided of about 150-170 words. On the other side, Task2 is an important part of the written exam. If a student goes wrong with the answer, no marks will be given, thus loosing the way to score a good score. A topic will be given and students will have to produce an argument in written with examples. Time allotted will be of 40 minutes i.e. longer than Task1, so it is advised to spend the time accordingly.

Here’re 3 secrets to crack your IELTS writing exam:

1.Firstly, when appearing for the written exam, make sure to spend your time wisely, as time management is an important aspect in the IELTS writing exam. It is advised not to go beyond the words assigned in the task. Like for an instance, a student should aim to write around 150-170 words in Task 1 and 250-300 words in Task2. It’s all about the quality that will matter the most.

2.Secondly, get straight to the point, as no bonus points will be awarded for exceeding the word count. IELTS written exam is about how precisely you tend to communicate through your words. Write in a way so that an examiner can clearly understand what you are trying to explain.

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3.Thirdly, avoid committing mistakes such as spell error, punctuations, etc. also, avoid using learned phrases during your written exam. Instead try including main points.

A word of advice: Be aware of the pitfalls and try practicing more before the final day of IELTS written exam arrives.

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