IELTS Energy 592: Why Everyone Gets Low Scores in IELTS Processes

Today you’ll find out why candidates get low scores in IELTS process questions for Writing Task 1.low scores IELTS process

Most likely you’ll get a number question, a graph of sorts.

So, students are more prepared for these questions, Change Over Time and Static.

However, once in a blue moon, the exam features a process or diagram instead of a graph.

These questions will be likely be presented in a flow chart, like a manufacturing process, featuring pictures and labels.

First of all, you still need an overall trend, as you are still graded on exactly the same things for all Task 1 essays.

For instance, you can say, “Overall, these steps can be divided in to four phases.”

A big danger with these questions as well is simply using the labels from the question in your essay, and not using your own vocabulary.

 

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If you only use words from the test question, you’ll get a 4 for vocabulary.

If you mostly copy, and use a few of your own words, you’ll get a 5 for vocabulary.

Thus, paraphrasing is necessary to getting a 6 or higher.

Students also end up producing a mechanical list of simple sentences when describing the steps.

Remember, though, you still have to utilize compound and complex sentences for a 6 or higher for Grammar.

Recently, there was a process question on the exam, and one of our students in the Facebook group posted about this question.

He forgot our advice about dividing everything into 2 groups. He presented the information in 4 paragraphs, or groups, which wouldn’t be enough for an 8 for Cohesion Coherence, but still could get a 7.

In this conversation, it was realized that the IELTS Exam is the same all over the world.

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