IELTS Writing Test is the most important assessment round which is conducted to identify the applicants’ proficiency in English language. Whether you have joined coaching for IELTS preparation or preparing yourself, you need to have a great knowledge of vocabulary, grammar and speed to complete the essay within the assigned time limit.
However, taking training from IELTS experts is recommended for preparation as they can teach you how to write an English essay and what exactly the examiners expect from the candidates.
The training or coaching institutes like GSA Overseas also conduct mock assessment sessions to give you an actual feel of the real exam. This method truly helps in skill enhancement.
So, how can you crack the IELTS Writing Test? What are those crucial points that are being tested by the examiners in the writing assessment?
Well, the students’ performance in IELTS writing is judged based on 4 major factors –
#1. Task Completion
Task Achievement or completion does not depend on the factor that students have attempted all questions but, on the fact, how well they’ve answered the questions!
To get success in the IELTS writing test, it’s important that the students answer all questions relevantly and, also provide supporting ideas of the points they have made while writing the essay or attempting the questions.
#2. Coherence and Cohesion
To score well in IELTS writing, candidates should reflect their writing skills at their very best. The examiners analyze how well their writing is structured and easy to read and understand.
GSA Overseas experts recommend students to write down their ideas into short paragraphs to make it easier for the examiner to comprehend.
#3. Lexical Resource
To outshine the competition and score higher in IELTS, one should use excellent vocabulary and words that fit the writing theme perfectly.
However, in IELTS writing, it’s not important to have a 100% accuracy in answers, but still, the candidates should make fewer mistakes to not risk their winning chances.
#4. Grammatical Accuracy
With vocabulary, students must also use a wide range of grammatical structures, while avoiding any errors and enhancing the readability of the content they write.
However, the grammar usage should be very smart, so examiners can’t object on what you’ve written.
If you want to boost your English writing skills to score well in IELTS, contact GSA Overseas and know about their teaching methodologies, training sessions and assessment criteria.