IELTS (International English Language Testing System) is a widely recognized English language proficiency test for non-native English speakers. One of the four sections of the IELTS test is Writing, which requires test-takers to complete two writing tasks in one hour.
Task 1 requires test-takers to describe data or information in a graph, chart, table, or diagram. They are expected to write a minimum of 150 words and focus on describing the main trends, comparisons and relationships between data.
Task 2 requires test-takers to write an essay in response to a given prompt or argument. They are expected to write a minimum of 250 words and present a clear and well-supported argument, considering both sides of the issue.
In both tasks, test-takers are assessed on their use of English, including grammar, vocabulary, and coherence and cohesion. They are also assessed on their ability to organize their ideas logically, develop and support their arguments, and use a range of vocabulary accurately and appropriately.
In order to achieve a high score on the IELTS Writing test, test-takers need to demonstrate strong English language skills, as well as the ability to understand and respond to a variety of different writing prompts. They should also aim to use a clear and concise writing style, and organize their ideas and arguments effectively.