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Sample Essay - overall band: 8.5-9.0

Posted on 21 October, 2016 at 9:00 Comments comments (1)

Machine translation (MT) is slower and less accurate than human translation and there is no immediate or predictable likelihood of machines taking over this role from humans. Do you agree?


by Yulia Borisenko (obtained IELTS General Overall Score: 8.0, October 2016)


A number of arguments can be made to support an idea that computers would replace translators in the nearest future; yet the opinion that humans are more competent than the artifici...

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Sample Essay - overall band: 8.5

Posted on 21 October, 2016 at 8:25 Comments comments (0)

The percentage of overweight children in western society has increased by almost 20% in the last ten years.  Discuss the causes and effects of this disturbing trend.


by Yulia Borisenko (obtained IELTS General Overall Score: 8.0 - October 2016)


It is obvious that the number of children suffering from obesity has grown recently. This essay will first consider some of the factors which have caused this, then describe several results which ma...

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Sample Letter - 1

Posted on 26 September, 2016 at 16:25 Comments comments (0)

LETTER OF COMPLAINT

Overall Band: 8.0

TA: 9

CC: 8

LR: 7.5

GRA: 7.5 


TASK: You have had a bank account for a few years. Recently you received a letter from the bank stating that your account is $240 overdra...

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Sample Essay 1 - band 8.0

Posted on 26 September, 2016 at 16:15 Comments comments (0)

ADVANTAGE/ DISADVANTAGE ESSAY

OVERALL BAND: 8.0

TR – 9.0

CC- 8.5

LR – 7.5

GRA – 7.0

 

TASK: Nowadays, education overseas has become more accessible and growing numbers of people send their offspring to study in other countries. What can ...

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ESSAY INTRODUCTION

Posted on 31 August, 2016 at 0:25 Comments comments (0)


What is the most difficult and most important part of any essay? The answer is obvious: the introduction. Reading this very part, a person (and an examiner!) will decide on whether they will want to continue with it or will stop immediately and put your essay aside. You can also demonstrate your logic, vocabulary and ability to be relevant in the introduction. The question is, how to do it more efficiently and make your reader interested and excited from the beginni...

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