The IELTS Writing Practice Test consists of both Task 1 and Task 2. It is advisable not to spend more than 20 minutes for Task 1 and invest the remaining time in Task 2, as Task 2 makes up 66% of the total writing marks while Task 1 only makes up 33% of the score.
The IELTS Writing Task 1 is different for Academic and General Tests. The Academic Test has a graph, chart, diagram or map that has to be analyzed and explained while the General Test has a letter that has to be written according to the question given. The IELTS writing practice test for Academic and General are designed accordingly.
The IELTS Writing Task 2 for both Academic and General consists of essay questions for which the essays have to be written in at least 250 words.
A list of IELTS Writing Practice Tests that are the same as the actual exam in terms of format and difficulty level is provided hereafter:
|1||Practice Test 1||General Training|
|2||Practice Test 2||Academic|
|3||Practice Test 3||Academic|
|4||Practice Test 4||Academic|
|5||(to be updated)|