IELTS Writing Tips
1) Word count
Learn how many words you usually write on a line, and how many lines = 150 and 250 words, so you don’t waste time counting words in the test
2) Subjective statements
Learn to identify ‘factual’ lines and ‘subjective’ lines.
1. Some people prefer to live in a house.
2. Others think that there are more advantages living in an apartment
3. Are there more advantages than disadvantages living in a house rather than an apartment?
Question given to you:
Are there more advantages than disadvantages to living in a house rather than in an apartment?
It is the subjective statement that determines the main theme of discussion in your topic.