The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is a critical exam which could change your life for reasons such as working and living abroad. However, it is easy to make mistakes if the below-mentioned points have not been considered. Getting lower test scores may be the reason for an organisation’s rejection of your application, which highlights the importance of this article.
IELTS have researched and published on their website that candidates usually score lower on the IELTS Writing test than they do on the other language skills (i.e. speaking, reading, and listening). The article discusses mistakes that students make when taking the IELTS writing test. It also offers tips on how to learn from them, so they are avoided.
Remember: It is natural to make mistakes in IELTS exams because of the pressure it brings. But, if you recognise them early and work to correct them, you can easily overcome them. Common difficulties include:
There’s a theory that practising any skill for 10,000 hours is enough to make you skilful and knowledgeable. However, I am not advising you to practise for this many hours, but why not invest a few hours a day in working for something you can be proud of?
Author: Uwais, English Teacher