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I’m going to make this very short and sweet. There are a few key things that all IELTS Failers do. So if you are sitting IELTS, make this a checklist of DON’TS for you.
- Don’t give enough details in their supporting sentences
For some it is okay to come up with some ideas for reasons, but the most important thing is can you back these ideas up with supporting sentences and examples. This can be the difference between pass or fail.
- Can’t structure an essay with an introduction, body and conclusion
How many people start off with an introduction sentence then somewhere along the line you realise that you never did any paragraphs and everything all ran in together. This is a critical point, and examiners look for clear definitions of beginning, middle and end.
- Do not take time to understand what the topic is about…
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