Learn about IELTS Writing
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Today's issue of the IELTSpractice.com IELTS Study Guides leads you through the Writing test. The guide gives you the basic information about the two tasks within the test - their content and the differences between the two. We provide you with background information and give you some hints about what the examiner is looking for. As always, we share some tips to help you score well in this part of the test. What are you waiting for? Click the button below to check out your free study guide of the day!
Study Guide 5 (PDF)
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