We provide writing practice tests to help you familiarize yourself with the type of questions you might get on your test day. Practice is the best way to ensure that you are in the right path to success in your IELTS writing test and get the score you desire.
The Academic Writing examination lasts for 60 minutes. Two tasks are involved. For Task 1 and Task 2, applicants must submit essays of at least 150 and 250 words, respectively. Both comments ought to be written in a formal tone.
You will be required to describe a visual piece of information (a graph, table, chart, or diagram) in your own words. You can be requested to write about an object or event, describe and explain data, or describe the steps of a process. You have around 20 minutes to write 150 words.
You'll be given a viewpoint, argument, or issue to consider. You have around 40 minutes to write 250 words.
Here’s how Task 1 and Task 2 looks like:
(Note that the Academic Writing test is not the same as General Writing Test)
The General Training Writing examination lasts for 60 minutes. It offers two 150- and 250-word writing assignments. Candidates are required to reply to a situation in Task 1 by writing a letter, such as one requesting details or one outlining the circumstances. Candidates complete Task 2 by writing an essay in response to an issue, argument, or point of view.
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