IELTS writing LSE


Hi!

Does anyone have any experience with the situation where you have all the expected IELTS scores except writing? I have 6.5 in writing but need a 7.

- Is it easy to reach a 7 in writing?
- Is TOEFL easier than IELTS?
- Will LSE be lenient if I am not able to increase my score?

Thank you for your help!

Hi!

Does anyone have any experience with the situation where you have all the expected IELTS scores except writing? I have 6.5 in writing but need a 7.

- Is it easy to reach a 7 in writing?
- Is TOEFL easier than IELTS?
- Will LSE be lenient if I am not able to increase my score?

Thank you for your help!
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Same situation here... I really do not understand IELTS criteria when grading the writing subtest. I got an overall mark of 8 but only 6.5 in the writing section (not many people get 7 or above in writing)... Has anyone been accepted to LSE despite scoring below 7 in the writing section? I understand they can waive the writing subscore if you have a very good overall score, but not sure though.

Thanks in advance for any comments.

Same situation here... I really do not understand IELTS criteria when grading the writing subtest. I got an overall mark of 8 but only 6.5 in the writing section (not many people get 7 or above in writing)... Has anyone been accepted to LSE despite scoring below 7 in the writing section? I understand they can waive the writing subscore if you have a very good overall score, but not sure though.

Thanks in advance for any comments.
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I am in the same situation. Does anyone know something?

I am in the same situation. Does anyone know something?<br>
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Both the IELTS and the TOEFL are very specific. They are slightly different in the writing components the essays are almost identical. Where are you need to really focus is on the analytical writing, in the report writing. Consistency is something that they look for, and also being sure that you're using your British English vocabulary, as well as the correct spelling. In my school we practice many live simulation sessions in order to correctly structure and organize the essays.1f917

Both the IELTS and the TOEFL are very specific. They are slightly different in the writing components the essays are almost identical. Where are you need to really focus is on the analytical writing, in the report writing. Consistency is something that they look for, and also being sure that you're using your British English vocabulary, as well as the correct spelling. In my school we practice many live simulation sessions in order to correctly structure and organize the essays.:hugging-face:
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Same query here. I shall be sitting for my IELTS exam in the upcoming week but in the event my writing scores are below, 7.5, I'd like to know if I still have a chance of getting in. 



Has anyone been accepted to LSE despite scoring below 7 in the writing section? I understand they can waive the writing subscore if you have a very good overall score, but not sure though.

Thanks in advance for any comments.

Same query here. I shall be sitting for my IELTS exam in the upcoming week but in the event my writing scores are below, 7.5, I'd like to know if I still have a chance of getting in.&nbsp;<br><br><br><br>[quote] Has anyone been accepted to LSE despite scoring below 7 in the writing section? I understand they can waive the writing subscore if you have a very good overall score, but not sure though.

Thanks in advance for any comments. [/quote]
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