Discover how to achieve a Band 7+ with our discounted IELTS Writing Task 1 (Academic) course. Join this 70% discounted course today and get exclusive access to:
- A 30-hour online course showing you the fundamentals concepts needed to get 7 or above on the IELTS Writing test.
- Comprehensive training on all areas of IELTS Writing Task 1, including graph, diagram, map, table and process.
- The IELTS Writing Task 1 parts that have been broken down into its essential elements to help you prepare for the test effectively and efficiently.
- A compact 30-hour long course that aims to help you understand exactly what the examiners want and how to give it to them.
Get all the help you need to do well. Learn about the IELTS Writing Task 1, its marking criteria, paragraphing, vocabulary, and much more. This course has all you need for achieving a high score. This course will give a structure and strategy that will enable you to tackle any task 1 question with confidence.
Find out the right techniques and understanding the test more clearly
IELTS Writing Task 1 (Academic) requires you to write at least 150 words in response to a graph, table, chart or process. You will be presented with this factual information and asked to select and report the main features of the data in under 20 minutes.
If you’re taking Academic IELTS, you’ll be required to write a report on a data set, map or process in Writing Task 1. In this video, we will show you how to give the examiner exactly what they want in fewer simple steps.
Here is what you will achieve
By the end of the course, you will be able to …
- How to prepare for writing task 1?
- How many words should you write?
- Penalty for under the word count
- How to describe a bar chart with model answer?
- How to describe a Map with model answer?
- Writing a conclusion or overview
- How many paragraphs should the report be?
- Main sentences you shouldn’t forget in Line graph description
- How to write a complex sentence for line graph?
- Paraphrasing the question
- Supporting the main features
- Checking your final work
- Writing an overview paragraph
- Charts Checklist you need to know
- Controlling synonyms
- Avoiding 6 common mistakes
- 10 Writing practices
When will the course start?
Our courses start when you start. You can learn at your own pace anywhere anytime. If the course hasn’t started yet you’ll see the future date listed and counting down because the course is getting prepared for you.
Who is the course for?
This course is aimed at IELTS examinees planning to take the academic module test, but it may also be of interest to people looking for improving their IELTS band score.
Who developed the course?
SYWPO is the professional educational online institute. The registered academia offers personal skills development, continuous professional development, academic, vocational, study skills and non-academic trainings and accreditation for those learning, studying, and working personnel who are either progressively learning or developing themselves.