IELTS Writing

The motive of IELTS Writing Test comprises to analyse your skills and ability of writings, that helps to know if you are able to write correctly and can pen down your opinions and ideas in a exact ways or not. Also, it assist in scrutinising your grammar and vocabulary power.

IELTS Writing Time Duration

The Writing test of IELTS last for one hour. It is advisable that you should spend 20 mins on Task 1 and the incur rest 40 mins on Task 2. As you will not be allotted any Extra time, You need complete the two tasks in given time.It depends upon how well you manage your time that you complete all the questions in given time.

Please be very particular with the word limitations. You are supposed to write at least 150 words for Task 1 and Minimum of 250 words for Task 2.

Note: The above mentioned word limit minimum. Although you can write more if you want and can. Second important thing to remember is the test can be different, which is based on the selection of your module, i.e. either General or Academic.

IELTS Academic Writing Test

In Academic Writing Test of IELTS, you are expected to answer in a very formal way,all the questions for the given two tasks.

Task 1: Here, you will be either given any of the three: a Graph, Diagram, or a Chart. You are supposed to study and analyse the given figure carefully and thereby explain clearly what you understood in it. Say, perhaps you might need to explain the Graph, it’s data and other related things that should be included. You need to spend at least 20 min for this task.

Task 2:Here, you need to describe your personal opinion and/or argument about a topic in an organized way. In this, would be reflecting the skills of your vocabulary and also show how well you can express your viewpoints accurately.

IELTS General Training Writing test

General Training (GT module) Writing Test of IELTS, you are expected to complete both these should be done in a, comparatively non- formal way.

Task 1: you will be asked to write a letter on the basis of any of the given situation. The type of a letter you write can be either of the 3: formal, semi-formal or personal.

Task 2: you will be ask for penning down a write-up that should be expressed in your own thoughts and opinion on the asked topic. You are free to write in your own words, in this.

The aspects that affects the Writing Test Score of IELTS
In terms of scores, as compared to the first Task of the Writing Test, the second task carries more importance.

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