Test takers often struggle with deciding what to present and how to present an IELTS Academic Writing Task 1 response. We will take a closer look at IELTS Academic Writing Task 1, Task Achievement and the features you need to include in your response
Learn how to write a letter as part of IELTS General Training, Writing Task 1. Learn about all the important features you need to include to reach a band 7.
Getting the score you need in IELTS Writing Task 2 is achievable when you know the criteria examiners mark against. Our IELTS experts have put together a guide on what you need to do right and what you might be doing wrong when writing your essay.
For many of you, achieving that magic number in your IELTS Writing test can be a big challenge. Sometimes, all you need is a mentor who could guide you on how to approach the test. Here are 7 important steps that will help you easily achieve a band 7
Find out how to get a band 8 in IELTS Writing Task 2. Let our IELTS experts walk you through the 8 steps to get you there.
Need some help in preparing for IELTS? We’ve got your back! Read on to understand 7 common mistakes that might prevent you from reaching a band 7 in IELTS Writing Task 2.
If you want to improve your IELTS writing score, you’re going to have to write paragraphs like an expert. If it’s for work emails, for school assignments, or for IELTS tasks, here are five tips to help you ace* your paragraphing.
Today, we’ll be focusing on an important aspect of coherence and cohesion known as referencing, in the IELTS Writing test.
Welcome to the fifth and final part of our IELTS grammar study guide blog series. In the previous posts, we looked at relative clauses, the passive voice, modal verbs, and conditionals. Today, we’ll be focusing on future forms.
Have you been following our blog series on IELTS grammar? If you’ve answered yes to this question, then you’re probably already familiar with a variety of complex grammatical structures that you can use on your IELTS.