On this e-book you will find some guidance on how you should write an IELTS essay.
There are then model answers on the following pages for different types of essay and different questions, with some brief guidance on each.
Agree / disagree
Discuss two opinions
Advantages & disadvantages
Causes (reasons) & solutions
Causes (reasons) & effects
Problems & solutions
Compare & contrast
Are you nervous about getting the score you need in the IELTS writing section (Academic and General)?
Would you like to learn how to write high scoring Task 2 answers?
If you would, then this book is perfect for you because you will learn a proven formula for achieving a high score in the IELTS Writing section (Academic and General).
Most people only obtain scores between 5 - 6 in the writing section and do not understand why.
The thing is that it is actually quite easy once you know what to do!
IELTS Writing Structure, Analyze and Academic Essays Collection goes through each part of a high scoring answer and explains exactly how to write it.
- See sample high scoring answers written by IELTS Examiner
- Discover the elements that have the biggest impact on your score and what to do about them
- Learn what high scoring writing answers look like so you can model them and do the same
- Get lots of sample questions to practice
Not every essay will fit one of these patterns, but many do. You may get some of these tasks mixed up. For example, you could be asked to give your opinion on an issue, and then discuss the advantages or disadvantages of it.
The golden rule is to ALWAYS read the question very carefully to see exactly what you are being asked to do.
View this lesson for more practice on analyzing essay questions.
An IELTS essay is structured like any other essay; you just need to make it shorter. There are three key elements:
We will look at each of these in turn, using the essay question above as an example.