What’s more important? grammatical range or accuracy?

Let’s take a look at grammatical range and accuracy in IELTS writing.

Many IELTS test takers think that they need to have a wide range of grammar for a high score in grammatical range and accuracy in the writing section. This is only partly true. If you have a wide range of grammar but it is not accurate then it will not score very high.

My advice is to focus on accuracy rather than range at the start and when you get confident with accuracy you develop your range of grammar. You need to think of the reader when writing and essay. If you are just trying to impress the examiner then you are not considering the overall coherence of the essay. Keep it concise and simple. Of course, if you have a consistently wide range of grammar with good accuracy then you are well on the way to a Band 7 or more.

Read moreWhat’s more important? grammatical range or accuracy?

IELTS Writing task 1: Line graph with a future trend

IELTS graph future trendsWriting about graphs with future trends.

Occasionally in IELTS academic Writing task, 1 graphs with predictions and future trends may come up.

In this case, you need to use the future tense with some specific academic phrases for this kind of tasks. Let’s have a look at the grammar needed in case you get one of these in the exam. Note that the data in this task is dynamic, that means it changes over time.

Read moreIELTS Writing task 1: Line graph with a future trend

Don`t copy text!