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How have you passed your IELTS Writing Test?

The written part of the IELTS tests the ability to transfer written material from the applicant in two short sections in general and academic formats.

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As a student at a university or college, or as someone who intends to live in a foreign country, especially English-speaking countries, one way to communicate with others is to use writing skills. Both in the academic environment and in everyday life, the need to write in formats such as letters, analysis of a quantitative and qualitative event, email, and report is very important. The written part of the IELTS tests the ability to transfer written material from the applicant in two short sections in general and academic formats.

According to the above explanations, the IELTS test applicant should pay attention to the following points before starting to write in order to be able to successfully complete their writing operation.

Approach: How to begin

  • Read the task carefully to decide how many parts it has and what your position is.
  • The applicant must bring their writing design with the main and relevant ideas on paper so that they can quickly write a related and organized text.

IMPORTANT KEY POINTS

  • Introduce your answer in your own language and quite clearly.
  • Express the main ideas very clearly and put examples in the text to support the main idea.
  • To complete the text and its proper ending, never forget the necessary conclusion at the end of the text.
  • Try to show that you can write notes in your own language as much as possible and use a variety of grammatical structures.
  • Divide your main answers and ideas between paragraphs and use linking words to connect the paragraphs.
  • Count your words to make sure you use the number of requested words in your text.
  • Check your text to make sure the grammar, dictation, and tone of your text are correct.
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