Before starting, let’s review some useful tips for IELTS.
Tips for IELTS
In IELTS Writing Task 2, you are given a topic to write about in an academic or neutral style. It is important to
read the task carefully. Your answers should discuss the relevant issues and give evidence or examples from your own
personal experience or knowledge to support your ideas.
You should spend no more than 40 minutes on this task. You are asked to write at least 250 words and will lose marks
if your answer is too short. You will also lose marks for irrelevance if your response is off-topic, if it is badly
organised, if there is overuse of inaccurate language or if any text is copied directly from the question.
Task 2 is worth twice as many marks as Task 1 towards your final Writing mark. Therefore, candidates who fail to
attempt to answer this task fully will dramatically reduce their chances of achieving a higher band.
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