If you are looking for effective tips for PTE writing, chances are that you are probably wary of how challenging this particular section can be. Since the process of writing calls for vigorous brainstorming, maneuvering your thoughts and not to forget those lengthy revisions which might seem draining, but come in really handy while appearing for the PTE test.
This post contains some really useful tips for PTE writing section from certified PTE trainers at Aussizz Group; but, first things first! Let’s understand how the PTE writing section is segmented.
PTE writing section is divided into two parts:
- 1. Write Essay- This item type requires you to write an essay of 200-300 words in response to a prompt. You will be given 20 minutes to write this argumentative essay.
Your essay will be judged on your ability to organize ideas, present ideas and details to support your argument whilst controlling the fundamentals of standard written English.
- 2. Summarize Text- This item type requires you to write summary of a passage given to you. The summary must be written in one sentence of NO more than 75 words and you will have 10 minutes to finish the task.
Your response will be judged on the basis of your quality of writing as well as on how nicely it highlights the vital points of the passage.
- The entire PTE writing section is time-bound. Nonetheless, it shouldn’t stop you from taking a few seconds to organize your thoughts. Jumping onto the writing task right away will only end you up with a shabbily written piece with no coherent or logical structure. Well, quite a bummer it is. Isn’t it?
- Divide your entire essay in parts and sub-parts. It will make essay writing task a breeze for you.
- Picking the key points of the prompt and preparing for the points you want to present to support your argument will help you a huge deal.
- Whether you are in support or against a situation or ideology you may need to write about, you shouldn’t sound impulsive or aggressive while writing the essay.
- If typing speed is a sore point, you should start practice typing weeks before the test.
- Once you are done with writing the essay, proofread to check for the overall structure and to fix any grammatical errors or typos, before you hit the submit button.
- Read the entire passage carefully to ascertain the main idea of the text. Preparing the base is the key to writing an effective summary.
- Understand that summarizing text means, writing what you have extracted from the text in your words. Most of the candidates make a mistake by picking some keywords from the text and putting them as is in the summary box.
Hope you find these tips given by our certified PTE trainers useful. If you still have any questions about PTE writing, feel free to share in the comment section. Alternatively, you can drop us a line at email@example.com or call us at 079 6682 6682
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