Welcome to IELTS Writer!
free tool you can use to practise writing compositions for the IELTS exam.
Here's how it works.
Choose an Academic Writing task (from the Task 1 or
Task 2 sections), and follow the instructions. Of
course, you don't have to follow the instructions exactly - they're just a
You can view a model answer for each paragraph by hovering your mouse
pointer over the hidden text. Is the model version better or just different? If
it's better, why is it better? The words in bold type are particularly useful for linking
ideas and structuring your writing.
At any time you can click the "Count
Words" button to see how many words you've written. When you've
finished, you can click "Print Composition" (or use your browser's Print
function). There's also a spell-checker
which can suggest alternatives to words it doesn't recognise, plus an online
Frequently asked questions
Are the questions the same as in the exam?
The questions are in the same format as the exam, and are written by a
published writer of IELTS practice tests.
Can I save my work to my computer?
Yes. Select the text, go to the "Edit" menu on your browser, click "Copy", and
then paste the text into a document created in Microsoft Word or any other
Using the functions
To use the word counter, spell-checker, dictionary and printer button, your
spell-checker and dictionary may not work well over a slow connection.
How can I find out what band score I'd get in the exam?
Descriptions of the IELTS bandscores are on the YOUR
page. For full details about the IELTS Writing module and all other
parts of the exam, please visit the official IELTS website: ielts.org