The IELTS Task 2 essay is a 250 word discursive writing test.
As well as testing your level of English, it assesses your general knowledge and ability to clearly argue, discuss and express an opinion about a given topic.
Examiners will give high scores to a well argued and above all, well organized essay. If your essay is well organized your point of view will be clearer. If your point of view is clearer it will get higher band score.
I emphasize the importance of planning when writing a Task 2 IELTS essay and it works! Whether it’s a case of raising your score if you have already taken the exam, or if you are taking the test for the first time.
For help with writing your IELTS Task 2 essay or to get a higher band score for the writing test overall email firstname.lastname@example.org
Healthcare professionals seeking work in the NHS in the uk have to pass the IELTS exam.
They need to get a 7 band score in the test. This rule applies to nurses as well as doctors.
The exam is part of the tier-2 visa system that allows overseas professionals to work in the UK.
The English exam is divided into four sections: Speaking, writing, reading and listening. The IELTS writing is divided into two tasks.
In the IELTS task 1 writing question students are presented with a chart or a diagram. Task 1 asks students to write a short description of the data depicted in the chart or diagram. The essay should be approximately 150 words long and should take 20 minutes to complete.
In the IELT task 2 writing question students are presented with a discursive essay question. The question requires students to formulate an argument or an opinion about a subject presented by it. Points are awarded to students who present their ideas clearly and focus on the correct issues and subjects that the question poses. The essay should be approximately 250 words long and take 40 minutes to complete.
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