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IELTS WRITING INTRODUCTION:
The IELTS Academic Writing lasts for 60 minutes (an hour). In the 1 hour, you have to complete 2 tasks, task 1 is a report, and task 2 is an essay. It is suggested that you should spend about 20 minutes on task 1 and about 40 minutes on task 2. In the IELTSAcademic Writing task 1, you are required to write at least 150 words (10 to 15 sentences) and 220 words maximum. On the other hand, in the IELTS Academic Writing task 2, you are required to write at least 250 words (20 to 25 sentences) and 300 words maximum. Writing task 1 accounts for 1/3 while writing task 2 accounts for 2/3 of your total writing score.
In the IELTS Writing test, you need to use academic language. It’s not informal language (it’s not an email to your friend). We need to use academic language.