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The IELTS (International English Language Testing System) Writing test is one of the four main sections of the IELTS exam, which is widely used for assessing English language proficiency for academic and immigration purposes. The IELTS Writing test evaluates your ability to write effectively in English.

The IELTS Writing test consists of two tasks:

  1. Task 1 – Academic: In the Academic version of the IELTS Writing test, you’ll be presented with a graph, chart, diagram, or table and asked to describe the information presented in your own words. You may be required to summarize the information, describe trends, compare data, or explain a process. You should write at least 150 words for this task.

    In the General Training version, Task 1 is a letter-writing task. You’ll be presented with a situation and asked to write a letter in response, requesting information or explaining a situation. The letter may be formal, semi-formal, or informal, depending on the context provided. You should write at least 150 words for this task.

  2. Task 2 – Essay: In Task 2, you’ll be asked to write an essay in response to a prompt or question. The prompt may ask you to present an argument, discuss a problem and suggest solutions, express an opinion, or evaluate a situation. You should write at least 250 words for this task.

    Regardless of whether you’re taking the Academic or General Training version, Task 2 essays should be structured with an introduction, body paragraphs that present and support your ideas, and a conclusion. You should demonstrate your ability to organize and develop your ideas coherently, use appropriate language and vocabulary, and provide relevant examples or evidence to support your arguments.

The IELTS Writing test is designed to assess your ability to write clearly, coherently, and accurately in English. Your writing is evaluated based on four criteria: Task Achievement (or Task Response), Coherence and Cohesion, Lexical Resource, and Grammatical Range and Accuracy. Your performance is scored on a scale from band 1 to band 9, with higher bands indicating higher proficiency in written English.

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