If you are going to study abroad in a country where English is a native language then you should appear in the IELTS Academic Test.
IELTS Academic Writing Test is different from the General Training Writing test. It has two tasks – Writing Task 1 & Writing Task 2.
An Academic Writing Task 1 includes a visual representation of all the information in the form of a graph, diagram, table, or chart. You have to describe, summarise, or explain the information that you understand after seeing the representations.
You have to make sure that your responses in IELTS academic writing task 1 must be marked in 3 main parts –
In academic writing task 2, the question will be asked about the environment, immigration, culture, technology, and many more. This question will be based on the situation and argument where you have to present your point of view.
You may be asked to agree or disagree with a particular point of view or argument, debate two competing points of view, write about the benefits or drawbacks of a topic, describe a given problem, or the reasons for that problem, and provide solutions to it.
You have to make sure that your responses in IELTS academic writing task 2 must be marked in essay format.
Yes, to give the IELTS Academic Writing task 1, you have to write a minimum of 150 words and in writing task 2, your answer must be at least 250 words.
The assessment of IELTS Academic Writing will check by trained & certified examiners from British Council and IDP. The person who conducts your Speaking test is the one who checks your writing as well.
Yes, you can retake writing skills if you think that you have to improve to get a good IELTS Band Score. IELTS One Skill Retake provides you the facility to retake one of the four skills (Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking).
If more than half of your sentence and your full sentence are completely error free, then your chances will be high to get a score of 7 or higher. It is recommended that more than 50% of your sentences should be error-free.
To get a good score in IELTS writing, you should avoid contractions, slang words, and colloquialisms such as can’t, don’t, it’s, crashy, requestion, squad, hard to swallow, etc.