The first thing you should know before going into your IELTS Writing test is what the examiner is looking for. Take a look at the four keys to success.
Writing and reading skills go hand in hand – the more you read, the better you will write. Try this exercise to start improving your skills and your score.
In this post, Sieon Lau talks about the official and recommended word limits, and how to make the most of your time in the IELTS Writing test.
In this post, you will learn what to look for in the IELTS Writing Part 2 question and how to plan your answer.
Andrew Stokes suggests three key questions to ask yourself before your IELTS test. These will tell you if you’re ready for your IELTS test or not.
In this post, Kishore Roy discusses the importance of planning ahead in the IELTS Writing test and practise planning with a new exercise.
This post outlines everything you need to know about IELTS Writing Task 2 — from the basics, to a sample essay.
Bryan Dowie explains why a better vocabulary will result in a better band score in IELTS Writing, and offers some practical tips and exercises.
In this post, Peter Hare focuses on three areas candidates commonly lose marks in IELTS Writing — word count, spelling and punctuation.