In this article, learn how your IELTS writing task 2 is marked and the difference between band scores 5, 6, 7 and 8 with tips to improve your score. You need to understand the 4 marking criteria used by the examiner to fulfill the requirements of the score you want.
Learn how your IELTS writing task 1 is marked and the difference between band scores 5, 6, 7 and 8. The examiner will mark your writing on the 4 marking criteria below. Also, get useful tips to learn how to increase your band score by fulfilling the requirements of each marking criteria.
One aspect of the IELTS writing test that is very important is writing paragraphs that are clear, effective, and easy to follow. This blog post will provide information on how to write well-organized and well-written paragraphs on your test. Firstly, here are a couple of reminders about the IELTS writing test: The minimum word count […]
When a candidate thinks about taking the IELTS test, he should first assess his depth of knowledge in the English language.Find the ways to improve spoken English.
If I learn answers to speaking questions, does that mean that I memorise answers? Will I have a lower band score because of that? Read the article.
Many IELTS students say ‘I have already done a lot of IELTS tests, but I cannot see any progress. I feel so helpless. Why is that so? Today we will shed light on this issue. Please read the article very carefully before you start doing IELTS listening and reading practice tests.