Lindsay McMahon
"The English Adventurer"
Jessica Beck
"Director of IELTS Training"

Today find out how to deal with the energy slump you will experience in IELTS Writing Task 2 and how to deal with the entire day to get your best possible score.

You need to make sure that you set aside time to practice the entire exam during your preparation.

You need to see what it feels like to do the whole test.

It can be long and tiring.

It’s not enough to just do one section of the test under test conditions.

In our 3 Keys IELTS course we provide the Anti-anxiety plan to make sure that you know what to do in each section of the test when you get nervous.

Also a lot of students get especially nervous when it comes to the Writing Task 2 section.

Nowadays the IELTS is giving questions that don’t follow the traditional opinion question or other common question types.

You do need to know how to write the Argument, Opinion, and Problem/Solution essay but you might get a question that is a mixture.

In our 3 Keys Power Hours for students in our course they get a chance to practice this type of question.

If you get a double question you need to find the two separate parts.

Each part of the question gets a paragraph.

It might seem intimidating but it can be simple if you follow this plan.


What other tips do you have for surviving the long IELTS day?

Let us know in the comments below.

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