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The biggest problem with every one in IELTS Writing Task is finishing both tasks on time. What no one tells you is that if you don't finish either one, you lost a whole band point in the writing Task. This never has to happen to you!

For both IELTS writing tasks, it is a good idea to jot down your ideas on the question sheet so that you know the outline of what you will be writing. It may take 2 or 3 minutes but the time spent is worth it.

These IELTS Writing tips will help you get the best possible score in the Writing test. Most of the tips are relevant whichever format, Academic or General Training, you are taking. Only for Task 1 are there any tips specific to the format and we have discussed those separately.

1)Make sure you do write a good summary in IELTS Writing Task 1 and a good Thesis Statement in IELTS Writing Task 2. (Your report and essay won't work without them anyway.)

2)Watch your watch! No one is going to keep you on track as far as elapsed time is concerned. It's up to you to monitor your own progress.

3)In IELTS Writing Task 1, if 18 minutes have passed and you're still writing Body Paragraph sentences, finish the sentence you're writing, quickly. Then, start a new paragraph (and make sure it looks like a new paragraph), and begin it with the words, "In conclusion,..." Then rewrite the summary. If you can, change a word or two (but not the meaning). If not, just write it exactly the way you did at the end of the Introduction.

4)In IELTS Writing Task 2, if 38 minutes have passed and you're still writing Body Paragraph sentences, finish the sentence you're writing, quickly. Then, start a new paragraph (and make sure it looks like a new paragraph), and begin it with the words, "In conclusion,..." Then rewrite the Thesis Statement. (This needs to be done in any case. It is an essential part of the essay.)

5)Ideally, in Writing Task 2, you should write the Restatement in reverse order of the Thesis Statement. For example, if it is an opinion essay, and you wrote your opinion and three reasons in the Thesis Statement, write the three reasons first, and then the opinion, in the Restatement. Again, if you have time and can, change a word or two (but not the meaning). If not, just write it exactly the way you did at the end of the Introduction.

6)Make sure you finish these "In conclusion,..." sentences on time. The task ends at exactly 60 minutes.

The best practice for task 2, which asks you to present an argument, is to read newspaper editorials and magazine articles on current topics. This will help you develop your ideas. A suggested structure for writing is:
  • Introduce the topic and state your stand, whether you agree or disagree.
  • Give arguments in support of your viewpoint supported by relevant examples.
  • State the contrary viewpoint and give reasons why you don't agree with it.
  • Conclude with a short concluding paragraph.
  • If there is time left at the end, revise your answers and correct any spelling or grammatical mistakes.

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