Studyportals online IELTS preparation

IELTS PREPARATION SINCE 2006!

All memberships include the IELTS preparation course (General Training or Academic) + the IELTS vocabulary course + the 6-level general English course + 7 downloadable IELTS eBooks

IELTS writing assessments

IMPROVE YOUR writing SKILLS

IELTS WRITING ASSESSMENTs & BAND SCORE

10 complete writing tests (Task 1 AND Task 2) assessments included in the MASTER Membership!

If you are struggling with your writing and want to know exactly what your strengths and weaknesses are, then our course will really help – we will correct your written work, make comments on what to improve and give you an estimated band score. Remember that all tutors on our site are former IELTS examiners, so you can be confident you are getting the best advice!

10 complete writing tests (10 x Task 1 and 10 x Task 2) are included in the MASTER membership, as well as 2 live speaking assessments.

How does the writing assessment work?

You can send us up to two complete writing tests for personalised assessment (that’s 2 x Task 1 and 2 x Task 2). When you are logged in to the course, you will see a link to submit your writing to us. We will then correct and comment on your work, as well as make recommendations for what to do to further improve.

How do I get feedback about my test? How long does it take?

We will return your work as a Word Document, with corrections on the right hand side and comments, recommendations and an estimated band score below each task. We aim to return written work within 48 hours of receipt.

Do you assess handwritten work?

Yes, we do. You can scan and send your written work as a pdf or image file and we will assess it. However, you may need to give us a day or two longer to get handwritten work back to you as it takes longer to assess.

How will I know what to write about?

You need to use one of the practice tests from inside the course. The reason for this is that there are ‘IELTS writing topics’ on many websites on the internet that are actually NOT the style that IELTS will ever ask, so to make sure you are writing about an authentic type of writing test, use the tests in the course. However, if you have a specific topic you would like to write about that is not in the course, send it to us first so we can confirm whether it is a valid IELTS style writing question.