Tips to excel in the IELTS General writing section

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Here are some points that must be followed in the writing section of IELTS.

●There are two tasks that are given in the exam. In task 1, you need to pen down a 150 word letter asking for or giving our information as per the topic. In task 2, you have to write a 250 word essay expressing your point of view on the given topic.  Do not repeat words while performing both the tasks.

●Always stick to the word limit. Do not underwrite and do not exceed the required word count by more than 50 words.

●Careful reading is required while you go through the instructions so that you don’t miss on any part and address all parts.

●Avoid being a historian! Only use facts and figures you are aware of. Don’t just use them to cast an impression. If they are incorrect, the strategy will backfire!

●While writing your essay, clearly portray your viewpoint and do not copy the words used in the question. Frame it in your own words.

●The opening sentences of the paragraphs must depict what exactly the paragraph needs to convey.

●Write in a structured format so that it leaves you some time to check before submission.

●Always pen down a concluding paragraph to nicely finish your essay.

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