IELTS writing module comprises of two tasks. Task 1 should be completed in 20 minutes which require candidates to write at least 150 words.
Task 2 should be completed in 40 minutes which require candidates to write at least 250 words.
ACADEMIC WRITING TRAINING
This version of test contains topics which are of general interests, suitable for candidates who are willing to enter undergraduate, postgraduate studies or seeking professional registration.
The candidate is presented with Graphs, tables, charts or diagrams and will be asked to summarize and explain in their own words.The candidate is asked to describe the data, describe stages of process, how something works or to describe an event or object.
In this task, the candidate is presented with a point or view or an argument.The candidate is asked to write an essay in response to the problems and arguments. The candidate is asked to present and justify an opinion, compare evidences and implications, evaluate and challenge ideas and arguments.
GENERAL WRITING TRAINING
This version of test also contains texts of general interest.
The candidate is presented with a situation and asked to respond to a given situation with letter requesting information or explaining the situation. The candidates are asked to elicit and provide general factual information, express likes, dislikes , needs and opinions. The letter may be personal, formal or semi formal in style.
The candidate is now asked to write an essay in response to argument or point of view or problem. The essay is slightly more personal in style. The candidate is asked to present a general factual information, outline the problem and present the solution, present and justify opinions, assessment and hypothesis.
steceducation focuses in the following to develop the Writing Module :
- Identifying Information from Facts and Figures
- Describing Trends
- Summarizing Data
- Report Writing Skills
- Essay and Letter Writing
- Vocabulary Building