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  • Writer's pictureMaria Angelis

Getting a Band of 9 in the IELTS Writing Task 2

Updated: Feb 19, 2023

The IELTS test, otherwise known as the IELTS exam, has four major sections: IELTS reading, IELTS writing, IELTS listening, and IELTS speaking. It causes a lot of stress to non-native English-speaking students who wish to reach their goals. Some IELTS students have problems with the IELTS reading; others have issues with the IELTS speaking, but most face issues with the IELTS writing. Now, why is this happening, you might ask?

First, as a rule of thumb, a student must spend at least twenty hours per week learning a language. More importantly, to master language, the number of hours must probably reach thirty or forty hours a day. Unfortunately, many students are unaware of this rule and attempt to get a high score on the IELTS by spending a lot less time with the English language. As an IELTS teacher and an ex- IELTS examiner, I am advising all to please pay attention to this rule and begin by creating a journal. Record all your IELTS activities and make sure you spend enough time with the English language. Only then will you see actual differences in your band IELTS score and noticeable changes in the way you speak during the IELTS speaking test.

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