The IELTS Writing Task 2 is an essay to write, for both general and academic tests. You have to write about a given topic using a minimum of 250 words.
In the general IELTS test, Writing Task 2 questions are easier to answer than those of the academic test.
You have to follow the points below to achieve a high band in the IELTS Writing Task 2:
To learn more about these criteria, please take a look at the official band descriptors for the IELTS writing test.
There are five possible essay types in the IELTS Writing Task 2.
You should write four or five paragraphs if you’re aiming at a high score. The essay should have an introduction, two or three body paragraphs, and a conclusion. Depending on the essay type, you can use a different technique to structure it. Take a look at the links below to learn more about structuring each type of essay.
We recommend that you spend 40 minutes writing the essay. So, let’s look at how 40 minutes could be used for writing it.
Let us give you some hints for how you can study further, and which areas you need to improve to get a high score.
Once you have your first essays written, you’ll want to know what score they will likely get. You should have an experienced teacher who can give you a score and explain your mistakes, and tell you how to improve your score further. However, if you don’t have someone to review and correct your essays, we can help you with it.
Our experienced IELTS examiners can provide you with a score that will be similar to the one you would get in the real IELTS exam. Additionally, they will provide an explanation for why the score was given and how to improve it. If you want to submit your essays to us for checking, please check out this link.
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