IELTS Writing Mini Tests

How to practice your writing questions?

You’ll be given an hour to complete the whole writing test including task 1 and task 2. It is advisable not to spend more than 20 minutes on task 1 and invest the remaining time in completing task 2, as task 2 will fetch you more band as compared to task 1.

Academic Writing

In the Task 1 section, a diagram will be given and students will be asked to write and describe the chart based on what they can understand. The diagram may be a table, chart or graph. You should read the graph and focus on writing what you understand from it and not your opinion of the given data. To get a high band for writing, your grammar and vocabulary must be used correctly. In Task 2 you’ll be asked to write an essay on a topic that will be given by the examiner. It’ll be slightly more complex when compared to the general training section.

General Training Writing

In the Task 1 section, you’ll be asked to write a letter on a topic given by the examiner. The letter can be written to anyone, like a friend, family member or a manager. In task 2 the examiner will give you a topic for essay writing. For this task, you have to keep in mind that you’ll only be evaluated based on your language usage and not your knowledge of the given topic. So make sure to use proper grammar and vocabulary while framing the sentences.


In this section, we are going to provide a range of reading mini-tests for both Academic and General Module:


No Name Module Task Type of Questions
1 Mini Test 1 Academic 1 Line graph
2 Mini Test 2 Academic/General Training 2 Discuss both views
3 Mini Test 3 Academic/General Training 2 Agree or disagree
4 Mini Test 4 Academic/General Training 2 Cause and Effect
5 Mini Test 5 Academic 1 Bar chart
6 (to be updated)