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“Pocket Tips” for Writing IELTS

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One week before the D-day of your IELTS exam test, you should think that you have already learned all you need to Ace the IELTS test. What is left for you is to keep practice and repeat all so that you will never forget it on the test day.

Here are some pocket tips for you about how to write different tasks in IELTS writing, to keep you always remembered with what you will face on the test day. Put or write them on the first page of your notebook, and bring your notebook everywhere. Whenever you have free time, open your notebook and read them.

1.       Letters writing
Complaint
  1. What are you complaining about?
  2.  
a) What is the problem?
b) Why is that a problem?
c) What did you do to resolve the situation?
d) What was the result?
3. What do you want to be done
4. Faithfully yours, Suzan
Request of Information
  1. What info do you need in general?
  2.  
a) Who are you?
b) What exactly do you need to know?
c) How do you want to get this info: phone call, email, fax, letter?
d) What was the result?
3. What do you want to be done
4. Faithfully yours, Suzan
Business
  1. What is the general purpose of this letter?
  2.  
a) Who are you?
b) Why do you write this letter (in details) ?
3. What kind of answers do you expect? Suggestions, solutions, etc
4. Faithfully yours, Suzan
Job Application
  1. What position are you applying for?
  2. What are your skills, diplomas, experience?
  3.  
a) Why do you want this job?
b) State that you want to get an interview.
4. Thanks for consideration, Faithfully yours, Suzan

2.       Essay writing
Argument & Hidden Argument topic
  1. Introduction: two sides of the argument
  2. Write about side you do not agree with.
  3. Write about side you do agree with.
  4. Write more about side you do agree with.
  5. Conclusion: sum up, suggestions, solutions
Situation topic
  1. Introduction: define the situation
  2. Write about reason #1 for the situation
  3. Write about reason #2 for the situation
  4. Write about reason #3 for the situation
  5. Conclusion: sum up, suggestions, solutions

Those are some samples for you to get started with your writing. Sure, there are more types of writing task in writing section in IELTS. Your job is to study and practice for them, and if you like to, my job is to assist you passing through study time of yours. Do not hesitate to call me ^_^

Reference: Ace the IELTS (Simon Braverman)

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