DOs and DON’Ts


Read the whole question thoroughly and underline important parts.
Make a plan for each answer, including ALL points.
Expand the points in Part 1 if you can, using relevant ideas and information.
Write in paragraphs, whenever appropriate.
Use a range of vocabulary, even if you are unsure of the correct spelling.
Check tense endings, plural forms and word order in sentences.
Check irregular past tenses and question formation.
Check irregular past tenses and question formation.
Use language that is appropriately formal or informal for the task.
Choose a Part 2 question that you feel confident you can write about.
Write clearly, so that the examiner can read your answer.

Don’t misspell key words which appear on the question paper.
Don’t use the exact words from the question paper too much.
Don’t mix formal and informal language.
Don’t use formal linkers in an informal letter.
Don’t waste time writing addresses for a letter, as they are not required.
Don’t answer Question 5 if you haven’t read one of the books.
Don’t worry if you run slightly over the word limit.

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