Today I am sharing with you some good tips that Debashis used in his IELTS Writing exam. There is one clarification though, before we move on – not many IELTS test centers allow using pencils for the Writing tasks. The one Debashis took his test in, in the UK, obviously did allow pencils, however in my experience the majority of test centers make people use pens in the Writing section.
IELTS Writing – General tips.
Key points – Write in pencil if possible (easier to erase for corrections), and carry a good stock of words to avoid constant sharpening. Use a good stock of words, and minimise spelling mistakes.
1. I carried a red pen with me for annotation, but decided to WRITE THE LETTER AND ESSAY IN PENCIL, as it is easier to erase a line. Carry a good supply of pencils and erasers to avoid having to sharpen them. I took the ones with ‘press-down tips’, basically a long piece of graphite inside a plastic coating, which is clicked to enable a nib to emerge each time it erodes.
2. Needless to say, have a good stock of words and minimise spelling mistakes (click here to read how).
3. What are the factors that make a person look beautiful? These will be the same elements that will make your letter and essay appear beautiful. The four components are :
(a) skeleton (structure)
(b) muscles / fat (content)
(c) skin (wrapping)
(d) balance (harmony)
If any one factor weakens, the overall appeal falls. Someone with lustrous skin may lose attraction if they are too thin or large. A muscular person will have less charm with sagging skin.
Finally, individually beautiful parts that fail to integrate will make your construction appear piece-meal, like a Picasso painting, or someone with flawless Nordic skin on one half of her face and beautiful Mediterranean skin on the other!!
- Didier Got IELTS Band 8 Using These Simple Tips Today it is our pleasure to share the IELTS tips...
- IELTS advice from a married couple how to get Band 7.5+ in IELTS Today’s post is dedicated to Pratik and Shruti, a husband...
- Anita’s IELTS tips for Band 8 (working professionals – take notice) Anita Williams is one of our IELTS results competition winners....
- A few suggestions from a Band 8 IELTS scorer Dikshit Soni took the IELTS test for the first time,...
- ‘Don’t think in your native language’ and more tips from Leo, IELTS Band 7.5 We had the pleasure of meeting Leo Vu Ngo when...