This page has a variety of resources that will help you to prepare for the IELTS Writing Exam. The writing exam is divided into two sections and these depend on whether you are taking academic or general IELTS. There are a variety of links to help you to improve your writing score below.
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Academic IELTS Writing (60 Mins)
In task 2, you have to respond to an argument and write a short essay (at least 250 words) in response. It should include an introduction, 2 or 3 body paragraphs and a conclusion
General IELTS Writing (60 Mins)
There are two writing tasks and BOTH must be completed.
In task 1, you are asked to respond to a situation in the form of a letter. The letter should be informal, semi-formal or formal in style depending on the situation.
In task 2, you are required to respond to an argument and write a short essay (at least 250 words) in response. It should include an introduction, 2 or 3 body paragraphs and a conclusion.
Generally the topics are a little easier and are focused on work, education or everyday topics.
IELTS Writing Recent Blog Posts
When doing my writing correction classes, I have noticed that an easy way to increase the scores of IELTS students is to focus on improving
Here is a list of the most recent IELTS writing task 2 questions which have been reported by students. I have divided the questions into