Today, you'll be receiving some pointers whenever you encounter a task 1 question that would require you to understand and interpret data. Read on:
1. When you see graphs, make it a point to understand what the axes are evaluating or computing.
2. When you see bar and pie charts, always find and understand the key which provides you with info about the bars or areas.
3. When you see tables, remember to identify their key features. You do this by carefully browsing through the data supplied in the rows and the columns.
4. An outline would help you organize your thoughts.
5. Please note that you shouldn't spend more than 20 minutes on Task 1.
6. Always cite relevant supporting data.
7. Write at least 150 words.
8. It is recommended that you give yourself a few minutes to check your work.
Next week, some pointers for organizing and selecting data would be posted here.
Other IELTS writing tips:
- 8 Tips for Understanding and Interpreting Data in the IELTS Writing Module
- 6 Tips for Organizing and Selecting Data in the IELTS Writing Module
- 6 Tips for Comparing Data in the IELTS Writing Module
- 7 Tips for Describing a Process or Object in the IELTS Writing Module
- 6 Tips for Presenting and Justifying an Opinion in the IELTS Writing Module
- 3 Tips for Comparing and Contrasting Opinions, Evidence, and Implications in the IELTS Writing Module
- 3 Tips for Providing Solutions to a Problem in the IELTS Writing Module
- 5 Tips for Evaluating and Challenging Ideas in the IELTS Writing Module