It can be difficult to understand the structure of the IELTS Test, especially the IELTS Writing Test. The reason being the test is divided into two tasks.
IELTS Writing Task 1 (Letter/Graph) and
IELTS Writing Task 2 (Essay)
Before you start practicing, get to know all of them in detail – task completion requirements, scoring details, word count, and much more. This way, you can analyze the depth or importance of the task, right away. Moreover, set a goal for yourself and then move ahead.
In the beginning, you may worry about what you should do, but with enough practice test-takers can understand the requirements better. Moreover, you will also learn about the structural differences between Task 1 and Task 2.
If your goal for preparing for this exam is unclear before you start, then here’s an outline on both Writing Tasks that’ll help clear things up!
The main differences in the formats:
- Time Duration
- Task completion requirements
- Word Count
- Formal and Informal Language
- Test format and much more
Get to know all about IELTS Writing tasks by referring to this infographic. Also, you can learn in detail by checking out the IELTS Writing App.
There are ample practice questions and blogs for you to study about the test format, get better practice, and learn tips and strategies.
Writing module is important (just like the rest of the three modules) in getting an overall high score in the IELTS exam, so, focus on it.
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