In the IELTS test, you’ll be given two topics and 60 minutes to write a letter, analyze a graph, or write an essay that includes expressing your opinion and answering some questions.
The Writing section tests your ability to express ideas fluently and clearly in standard written English. It also evaluates your ability to understand and respond to ideas presented in written form.
Many IELTS candidates fail to get their desired score in writing because they are not familiar with the structure of the test, they can’t manage their time efficiently, or they don’t know what is important for the examiners.
In this article, I will cover 8 fundamental issues that often keep candidates from achieving the band score they deserve on the IELTS writing test.