IELTS Academic Writing Task 2 is the second and slightly longer task on the exam. While it’s harder, knowing the basics can help your score.
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For IELTS Academic Writing Task 2, we’ll share how to write in the academic or formal style necessary to perform well on the exam.
You can request an IELTS rescore if you did not like your result. However, some sections are rarely changed, and large changes are uncommon.