Avoiding mistakes in your IELTS Writing answers will bring you closer to getting the IELTS score you want and need.
Learning how to self-correct and edit your Writing is an important skill to have.
Think about common mistakes you make in your writing and make a list. When practicing your Writing, look out for these mistakes in your drafts and correct them. Keep doing this every time you write to improve your editing skills.
Here are four more tips to make sure you don’t make avoidable mistakes and decrease your score in Task 1 of IELTS General Training test:
Remember to practice your Writing daily and you will improve your skills and IELTS Writing score.
At first, I thought the IELTS test was all about having to meet the requirements for migration, but the more I attended the classes the more I came to appreciate that it was preparing me as well for my new life in my new country.
Getting myself ready to show my language skills in an IELTS test was the first step I took towards permanent residency.
I was very happy when I was studying in Tasmania. I enjoyed my achievements, the opportunities that were available and the freedom to make my own choices. These things are so easy to take for granted, but they were things that were not available to me in China.