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The #KhabarLive brings weekly features on education and career. This article brings you the new tips and techniques to practice writing skills for IELTS.
IELTS stands for International English Language Testing System. The purpose of this test is to measure how proficient the writing and language is of those who want to study or work in a country where the primary language is English. There is a scoring scale from 1-9 (1 is at the lowest end and 9, at the highest end). The IELTS has two systems and these are:
General Training: this is for those who wish to migrate to Australia, Canada, or the UK or who wish to apply for training, work experience, or secondary education in a place where the primary language is English.
Academic: this option is for those who wish to apply for professional registration or higher education.
Both systems will assess your speaking, writing, reading, and listening skills. When it comes to the listening and speaking parts, these are the same for both of these tests, it is just the writing and reading parts that differ.
Improving your writing skills for IELTS
Quite often candidates will do well in the speaking, listening, and reading elements of the exam, but score a lower result when it comes to the writing part. The reason why candidates tend to score lower in the writing element than the other parts of the exam is simply that the writing element is the most difficult. In general, writing is always the hardest element and even native speakers can make errors when it comes to grammar, spelling, and punctuation. For the IELTS writing exam, it is necessary to hit specific criteria in order to score well. You can find a lot of tips on writing an essay for IELTS. But you must:
Another factor to consider is that there is more involved when it comes to writing. For example, not only do you need to be able to punctuate a sentence, but you also need to be able to spell. Quite often when we learn a new language we know the sentence in our heads and it’s easier to speak what we are thinking than write it down. When we speak we don’t consider punctuation or spelling, nor do we think about the structure. However, it’s crucial that any ideas you have need to be put into correct paragraphs in order to succeed at the IELTS exam.
Other common IELTS writing issues
We are now aware that punctuation and spelling are usually the biggest problems for IELTS candidates. That said, there are other issues that may also be affecting your writing.

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