Monday, September 27, 2010

Writing in the WRITING SHEET (Task 1)

Knowing the format and having a good hold over writing is just winning half the battle. The other half totally depends on the way one writes in the answer sheet.

This post will cover sheet no. 1 and sheet no. 2
The images have been labeled with numbers. All numbers are further explained below the image.

1. Write your FULL NAME in BLOCK LETTERS here.
2. Write your IELTS Candidate number here.
3. Write your IELTS Centre name as per instructed.
4. Write the present date here.
5. Tick the appropriate module. If you are an academic student, tick 'Academic'. If you are a General Training student, tick 'General Training'.
6. Start writing from the extreme left and USE the first line.
7. This bold black line is called the partition line. You should NOT write on this one. Only the thin black lines should be used.
8. This area is exclusively for the examiner's use. Do NOT write anything here.

1. Depending on the 2nd paragraph's length, use this line. You should generally try to finish your 2nd paragraph on the next page. Avoid leaving this first line blank.
2. This bold black line is called the partition line. You should NOT write on this one. Only the thin black lines should be used.
3. This area is exclusively for the examiner's use. Do NOT write anything here.

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