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Writing/Speaking Assessment service

24 Aug 2017
This service used to be available only to the IELTS Juice Online Academy students, but not anymore! Everyone can now ask our IELTS experts to assess their writing answers (IELTS tasks 1 and 2) and speaking using this all-new service.

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IELTS Writing and the Six Thinking Hats

12 Dec 2016
Followers of this page on IELTS Juice know that in the two previous posts we read about two creativity tools adapted for IELTS classes. In this post, we will see how knowing different creativity styles can help candidates develop their writing and speaking skills better and faster.

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A Word-Game for IELTS

10 Nov 2016
Creativity does not occur overnight and one needs countless hours of practice and several forms of activities to master it. The important point is to know where to start and to have perseverance.

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Come up with writing ideas better

30 Oct 2015
Many IELTS candidates complain about the lack of ideas they need for writing. They anxiously spend a long time thinking but have no idea what to write, so the IELTS answer sheet remains blank. However, the good news is that to solve the problem, they only must follow easy steps.

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A Juicy Writing Lesson

05 Jun 2015
In IELTS Academic Writing Task 1, you might be asked to write a report based on a flowchart - a diagram by which a process is shown. Here's a model writing answer originally from IELTS Juice on the process of making orange juice. This week's lesson has been prepared in reply to Fatima's comment and ...

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How a hook works in writing

21 May 2015
Have you ever been hooked to a newspaper/magazine article only by the reading one or two sentences from it? Hooks are everywhere: Flash-forwards at the beginning of movies, attractive titles on magazine covers, Google search results, etc. In this lesson, let’s see how the hook works in your essay....

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Writing: from Teaching to Assessment (Part Two)

06 Jan 2015
In part one we went over writing test content and scoring criteria. We also took a glance at useful tips for assessing writing answers. In this part, however, the focus is on the measures we should take in preparing candidates for the writing test.

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Writing: from Teaching to Assessment (Part One)

23 Dec 2014
Writing is the most difficult part of most exams to be tackled by students. Or is it? Let’s see how we can help our students write better.

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Improve Your Handwriting Today

18 Dec 2014
IELTS examiners cannot assess your work if your handwriting is illegible. In other words, your handwriting must be clear and readable. This is certainly important in IELTS Writing module, but in IELTS Listening, this leads to the loss of the whole point of the question which is absolutely tragic!

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The 10 Commandments of Writing

04 Dec 2014
Even the best English students make small and easy-to-avoid mistakes which can still damage even the best pieces of writing; we have all been there. Because of this, here are ten commandments every English learner and IELTS candidate must follow when revising their work.

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