Most IELTS aspirants fear this so-called creepy and shady section-the WRITING section. There is nothing about this loving section which creates an element of fear, but it is your mental instincts which make you scared!
Why do you think writing isn’t your cup of tea?
The reason is, you have always tried to run away from writing and thus never acquired the skills gained originally from constant practice.
Now that this exam is just around the corner, some tips to improve writing score in IELTS will certainly be handy. So let’s check them out below.
1. Don’t write first
Most individuals face struggles while accomplishing task 2 of the writing section because it requires you to describe given diagrams in your own words.
The most important plan is to first analyze the question carefully and completely.
Don’t immediately start writing and try to examine what the figure is trying to tell you.
For example, if the question appears in the form of a bar graph then look for details in the graph first, then take a glance across the x-axis and the y-axis. After you are done deriving all the details, now is the time to turn the give information into a summary.
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2. Only write important attributes
- There is a word limit specified, and you should stick by it under any consequences. So write only those features which according to your judgment serve an important purpose.
- If you tend to write anything and everything you can analyze from the given graph or diagram you will miss out writing the important features due to the inadequacy of words.
- For statistical figures, you need to mention everything, so make your sentences short and crisp.
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3. Paraphrase or rewriting the information
Your task is not only to derive information from the questions and then shaping it in the form of a write-up but you will have to be careful about not copying directly without using synonyms of the words or changing the voice.
Copying it directly without performing any changes as such would not be a great idea!
4. For the essay writing part
If you have successfully managed to ace the previous part you should now think of a perfect plan to formulate an essay.
Don’t understand what plan and moreover how it can help you?
- The structure of an ideal IELTS essay consists of about 5 paragraphs- one each for introduction and conclusion and the remaining 3 for the body of the essay.
- The introduction should be catchy and should contain elements of the topic.
- The body should be well constructed by the usage of rich vocabulary and perfect tenses.
- The conclusion should put a beautiful completion to your essay.
Now that you already know these tips to improve writing score in IELTS, don’t sit back and relax, practice hard and fast!
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