Details about IELTS Academic Essays From The Past Exams
Makkar- IELTS Academic Essays From The Past Exams PDF free download – This book is meant to help the average average student crack the IELTS essay. Over 13 years of my IELTS coaching esperience has taught me a lot about what all woul I would help the students do better in the writing module of the IELTS. Over the years, I have seen fairly good students getting 7+ in the other modules of the IELTS, fall to less than hands in the writing module, but I have also seen those with less than 6 in the other modules, get a 6 in writing. Over the years, I have coached thousands of students, checked their writines almost every day, and so I somehow know shat precisely they have written in their exam. From their writing band scores, I have made important deductions as what works, and what does not work in an IELTS essay. The IELTS essay has to have a plan. Time spent on the plan is time well invested. A plan is surely going to produce an essay, which works. A crisp, but brief and to the point introduction and conclusion, and two to three well planned paragraphs with relevant topic sentences, is all that is needed for the IELTS essay. This book has 440+ essays seen in the actual IELTS exams, most of which have been repeated many times. Valuable contributions have been made to the book by Indroop Singh (Head of Makkar IELTS Centre, opposite Bus Stand Phagwara), Sumeet Kaur (Head of Chandigarh Branch), Ravpreet Singh (Head of Mohali Centre) and Mrs Anupam Kaur (looking after the online students). This book would not have been possible without their efforts.