Among the worrisome segments of the IELTS Exam is the IELTS Writing Tasks 1 and 2. That’s understandable because, since English, isn’t your first language these simple tasks of reading, understanding, brainstorming and expressing through words, become difficult challenges that you need to face for this part of the test.
No need to worry. There are certain ways to make it easier to conquer these types of tests, as you will find in many other articles in this site. One way is to use “comparisons.” Let’s take a look at how we can use comparisons for the IELTS Writing Tasks.
In this tutorial we will look specifically at getting ideas for IELTS essays about politics, we will then look at the collocations you can use to boost your score.
If you are stuck for ideas, then you need to fill your head up with information about politics.
Watch the TED Video below.
To get the full benefit from this you will have to do the exercise, so grab a pen and let’s get started.
Wow! You won’t believe what happened to this IELTS student!
Do you remember Gabriela?
Well in this episode I said to Gabriela that we will have another interview when she gets a Band 7.
Well she didn’t, what an absolute disaster, I was really down in the dumps after, and she was.
We both had worked so hard to improve her scores, and she felt deep down she had improved also.
So, in the end she got the result and was STILL on 6.5 in the writing, so she decided to apply for a remark.
Just thinking about the IELTS Test brings jitters to those who plan to take. But of all the IELTS Tests, it is the Speaking Test that brings the greatest apprehension to many. This is most probably due to the fact that apart from preparing for the answers, test takers must also be on the watch for how they deliver the answers and the words that they choose to deliver them. In addition, there won’t be any chance to review the answers given. Once given, that would be the final answer. So how can one prepare for such a test?
Well right here are some tips to help test takers prepare for the IELTS Speaking Test: