1. Writing Part-1

– The IELTS writing test has divided in 2 modules. TASK 1 and TASK 2. The test time is 60 minutes and each student have to complete both the task.
– In TASK 1 ACADEMIC test requires you to write a summary of at least 150 words in particular graph, table, bar chart or process. This task test your ability to select and report the main features, to describe and compare data, identify significance.
– In TASK 2 is more demanding. You have to write at least 250 words and should take about 40 minutes. Task 2 contributes twice as much as Task 1 to the Writing score..

• In task 1 consists of 6 types of charts

1. Process diagrams – The image of a process will be given in the exam, this process could be a natural process such as the lifespan of an animal, or an artificial process like manufacturing of any product and you have to describe brief every stage.

2. Maps – Usually, map shows about a random place usually in present scenario which is compare to past or future scenario of the same place.

3. Bar charts – one or few charts meanwhile the data is demonstrated in vertical or horizontal bars. It is usually used to emphasize the comparison between objects. Depends on each bar chart, either the vertical or horizontal bar will indicate the data and compare objects.

4. Pie charts – The pie chart is usually divided into many parts and each part represents some percentage for a factor. All these parts together indicate components of a general and bigger object.

5. Table – There will be one or more than one table containing data about a specific topic. Your job is to write at least 150 words paragraph to analyse and compare the data given in the tables.

6. Line graphs – Line graph is a graphical presentation of objects. For each object, there will be a line that connect points and represents its changes over the time. If there is one line only then it will be easier to describe. However, when the number of line increases, it will be more complex since you have to describe both and compare lines with each other.

• For General Training exam

– IELTS General Writing task 1 is a letter to a friend, agency, or someone else. Candidates should finish the letter in 20 minutes with at least 150 words.

• Letters are 3 types
1. Formal – To someone you have not met, whose name you don't know.
Such as,
• Requesting information from a company.
• Applying for a job.
• Complaining to a bank, store, airline or other agency.
• Making a recommendation/suggestion.

2. Semi-formal – To someone you may or may not have met, whose last name you know.
Such as,
• Complaining to a landlord
• Explaining to a neighbour
• Asking a professor for permission

3. Informal – To someone you know well, whose first name you know and use.
Such as,
• Inviting someone you know well
• Thanking a friend
• Apologizing
• Asking for advice

2. Writing Part-2

• ESSAY WRITING

IELTS Writing Task 2 is the second part of the writing test, where you are presented with a point of view, argument or problem and asked to write an essay in response. Your essay should be in a formal style, at least 250 words in length and you should aim to complete it in under 40 minutes.