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How to Prepare an IELTS Writing Task 2 – Part 1


How to Prepare an IELTS Writing Task 2 – Part 1


IELTS stands for international English language testing system and it consists of four components, which are, writing, listening, reading and speaking. As I have previously mentioned, there are two types of writing segment in IELTS and they are officially called Task 1 and Task 2. This time around, I would like to discuss with deep conscience about the Task 2 segment. In my opinion, working on Task 2 is a lot easier than Task 1, once the participant understands and has the ability to grasp its core point, which I would explain in two articles subsequently.






IELTS Writing Task 2 unmistakably counts for 70% of the total writing score and lasts for 40 minutes time. Participants are only allowed to write 250 words minimum, and they have to keep reminding themselves to write less than 280 words. This particular segment is all about essay and opinions of its writer, though we still have to remember that it is a must to keep topic intact inside the writing. 

Task 2 decisively has 4 main paragraphs that need to be written about 250 – 270 words in total, no less no more. Those 4 main paragraphs are called Introduction, Body 1, Body 2 and Conclusion. The first three paragraphs consist of 4 important key points and each of the key point needs at least 1 sentence that comprises 10 words. It is necessary for every participant to follow the key points and the demand because they have to make sure that they write according to the words-requirement, in purpose of getting the standard score that is acceptably and educationally appropriate.
If a participant is required to get a 5.5 for their writing score, such outcome will not be achieved by writing the essay in less than 250 words.


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