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November 24, 2012


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I have been looking for ways to improve my writing from 7.5 to 8 and your answer gives me an idea on how to improve. Thank you .

Hi Simon I have took my Ielts ytd and I am a bit confused

I came across in listening test, Part I:

Instruction told to write : not more than three words and/or a number.
The recording heard was the complete: day, date and year. (25/2/1975)

According to the instruction, how should I write?
25 Feb 1975 (wrong, 1 word but 2 numbers)
25/2/1975 (wrong, 3 numbers)
Or should I omit the year?

Appreciate if anyone knows the answer.
Thanks so much,

Hi Simon,
I have a question. I just sat for my IELTS speaking test earlier today. I was doing alright until I misread the question in Part 2. It was, describe a garden you've visited, but I talked about a garden that I HAVEN'T visited, instead. Other than that, I thought I was doing okay. Do you think it'd affect my score? Any feedback would be appreciated! Thank you!

Hi Simon,

In you answer of question 1 you said that we need a small improvement in one of the following areas. Do you mean any one of the four areas or all of the mentioned areas?

It will be highly appreciated if you clarify please.

Hi Simon,

I just had my IELTS exam today. My writing task 2 asked about a development and they need us to give our opinion whether it is a positive or negative development on individual and society.
I wrote my answers about individual in a positive way but i forgot to wrote about the society.

May I know if this will affect my band score a lot?
What is the highest i can get for this?

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