Conclusion is the last paragraph of the writing task-two essay, for candidates who sit for both general and academic. Therefore it is mandatory to have a conclusion as a part of your writing task, if not included, the examiner will provide you less marks and the band score won’t be more than four. There is a strategy to write conclusion which is to be followed and an important rule is that the conclusion should never have any news points which were not discussed in the supporting paragraphs of the essay.
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Supporting paragraphs of writing task two irrespective of it being general or academic, should be not more than two or three. If the questions are regarding advantages and disadvantages or agree and disagree, two paragraphs are enough whereas if it being regarding problems causes and solution, it can have three paragraphs for each. Each paragraph should be well organized with the first sentence being topic sentence with no linking words as it should be an individual one and do not depend on any other sentence.
IELTS has writing task one and two which amounts to total of one hour of the whole IELTS exam. Both the tasks have different question such as task 1 having graphical representation and task 2 an essay, where the latter carries more weightage. Therefore the introduction of the task 2 essay should be written clearly and well organized furthermore rich in vocabulary. Candidate should write three sentences alone for task 2 essay, it can be either general or academic, but should follow the same rule.
Achieving band 9 in listening needs more practice and also overcoming the challenges listed below. There are many challenges, the first being the accent which can be British or Australian or American accents. The pace of the audio plays a vital role as it will be increasing throughout the four sections and the candidate should able to follow the words as there may be more than two speakers in section three in particular. Third, there might be distractors during the listening test especially when numbers are mentioned as they may give the wrong one first followed by the right one.