Writing section on IELTS is the last one after Listening and Reading sections respectively. There are two Writing tasks and BOTH must be attempted to get the final score in the writing section. The writing Task 1 may vary based on the module of the IELTS: Academic or General Training
Over the past few years, we have observed that many students preparing for IELTS fail to score in Reading Section. With our experience of training more than 3000 students all over the world, we have noted specific tricks that can boost your Reading scores by at least 1 band.
There is a problem on a road outside your home.
Write a letter to your local councilor. In your letter
Explain what the problem is;
tell the councillor; what you would like to be done
The speaking section examiner test your factors such as Fluency and Coherence, Lexical Resources, Grammatical Range and Accuracy, and Pronunciation. Here, we have decided to publish samples by our students which can guide students preparing for IELTS online.
You recently went on a trip with your friend and you both took some photographs.
Write a letter to your friend. In your letter
Ask your friend to send you one of the photographs. Explain why you need that particular photograph. And tell your friend what happened to your copy of it.
You stayed with overseas friend last month.
Write a letter to your overseas friend. In this letter:
Thank him or her for the photos and for the holidays. Explain why you didn’t write earlier
Invite him or her for an event in your country.
While mobile phones have many advantages, a number of problems have also resulted from them or the ways in which they are used.
What are some of these problems?
What solutions can you suggest for solving these problems?
One of your friends has asked you to be a partner in his new business.
Write a letter to reply to your friend’s offer. In your letter
Give your opinion about friend’s business ideas.
Tell him whether you have decided to accept his offer.
And explain your reasons for the decision.
Advances in technology and automation have reduced the need for manual labour. (opinion) Therefore, working hours should be reduced.
To what extent do you agree or disagree?
In many countries, today insufficient respect is shown to older people. What do you think may be the reasons for this? What problems might this cause in society?