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How to avoid writing in the IELTS exam lose any points One student once asked me about IELTS (International English Language Testing System) is a question: "If a candidate is not in accordance with the articles written by the manner required by examiners to write, then he may be deducted up to how many points? "Here is my answer: I'm not sure what your question means. You would like to ask if the candidate's personal views and examiners a completely different point of view, you will be points do? If you would like to ask this question, my answer is absolutely no difference. IELTS writing task 2, to require candidates to express themselves on the topic given a clear point of view. Here, the word "position" means "point of view of an issue or attitude." Candidates have passed the clear expression of their views, citing an example supportive to explain their views to demonstrate their ability. According to the assessment of examiner, examiners will be in the "essay score column" (examiners are required to complete one of the four score bar) where assigned to nine points from a candidate's test score ranges listed. Grading In order to properly complete the exam score column scores, examiners need to determine whether the candidates adequately, properly conducted a talk on the topic. Examiners require special consideration are: • statement of whether the candidate's point of view clearly, there is broad. For example, the topic might be to enable candidates to talk about whether the sale of cigarettes should be outlawed. Candidates may be just a simple a simple comment on the article: "will be illegal to sell cigarettes pros and cons." If the candidate has not
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  • Spring '10
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  • Writing, International English Language Testing

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