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IELTS Writing Module

IELTS Tutoring with AURA DUbai

Our aim at Aura Test Prep is to help our students succeed in International English Language Testing system. Keeping this in mind we customize our services according to the requirement of students. We evaluate their overall progress in each Module – Reading, Listening, Speaking and Writing.
We employ various strategies in order to cater best to our students.

IELTS Writing test is made to assess your writing skills and techniques. There are two IELTS Writing modules: Academic and General. If you plan to study abroad, then you should take IELTS Academic module. On the other hand if you wish to work abroad, then you should take IELTS General Module.
IELTS Writing test lasts for 1 hour and consists of 2 parts: task 1 and task 2. Writing task 1 is different for Academic and General IELTS, but writing task 2 is the same for both modules.

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Academic IELTS Writing Task 1
You need to describe or summarize visual data, such as graph, chart, table, diagram, process or scheme. You should write at least 150 words in this task.

IELTS Writing Task 2
This task is the same for Academic and General Modules.
This is a more challenging task. You should write an essay on a given topic, presenting your point of view and supporting it with relevant arguments. You should write at least 250 words in this task.


Minimum Words

Time Limit

Task 1

Write a letter on a given topic

150 words

20 minutes

Task 2

Write an essay giving your opinion and justify it

250 words

40 minutes

IELTS General Writing Task 1

In this task you are asked to write a letter concerning everyday situation that you are likely to encounter while living in an English-speaking environment. For example, a letter to an accommodation officer, your employer or a friend. The letter may be personal, semi-formal or formal.

You are tested on your ability to:

  • Write personal correspondence
  • Provide general factual information
  • Express your opinions: views, needs, wants, likes and dislikes etc.

Writing Strategies:

    • Write your answers in pen or pencil. You may write entirely in capital letters if you wish.
    • Analyze & understand the demand of the task.
    • Plan your essay to make sure you cover all the points.
    • Use paragraphs to divide the ideas clearly.
    • Avoid repetition of ideas.
    • Don’t deviate from the topic.
    • Always keep the time limit in mind.

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