Check helpful writing tips for IELTS so that you can easily score 9
When you write your answers, remember the examiners are grading you on your expression. There are no wrong or right answers.
Examine the questions properly and see that you cater to all parts of the question.
Remember to stick to the word limit. If you happen to write lesser than 150 words in Task 1 or lesser than 250 in Task 2, you will lose marks.
Always write the answers in your own language. If you use the words from the question exactly, you will not be given marks for the same.
Do not use bullets in your answers, always write them in full. Arrange your basic ideas into different paragraphs.
In your essay, keep the last paragraph for a valid conclusion of all the points you’ve made in the answer.
Always plan the structure of your essay beforehand. Place a nice introduction, supporting ideas, and real-life examples, followed by a conclusion.
Do not concentrate on writing long and complicated answers. Write well, coherently, and organize your thoughts well.
Always take five minutes to first plan your answer before you start writing, and five minutes, in the end, to review for any mistakes.