IELTS Writing 2 - Task 2
In IELTS Writing Task 2, you may be asked to agree or disagree with a statement or opinion, rather than being required to discuss opposing views. In this case you may choose simply to give your own opinions on the topic and justify these. This is called the thesis-led approach.
You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.
Write about the following topic:
Universities should accept equal numbers of male and female students in every subject.
To what extent do you agree or disagree?
Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.
Write at least 250 words.
According to unlversities should accept equal numbers of male and female students in every subject. Therefore, this essay will show some reasons of argument for and argument against.
Firstly, I will discuss about two reasons of argument for to begin with universities should accept equal numbers of male and female students in every subject because it will be balance of idea while studying. In general, there usually are different ideas between man and woman. These lead to, new ideas from different vision will happen. Another reason is it display that have equal of society not eccept in each side. In addition, nowadays, the most societies become to accept ability of both in any way.
Secondly, I will discuss about one reason of argument against that s some subjects not suitable for each other. For example, some subject of sports such as weight putting. It is not suitable for female because there are different of body between male and female.
In conclusion, I agree with universities should accept equal numbers of male and female students in every subject. Moreover, it depen on what the subjects that the students want to study, they can choose by themselve because I believe that if the students like to study their subjects, they will do it well so that I strongly agree with this topic.
“It is difficult to find the main arguments in this answer. There are long, formulaic introductions, not many ideas that deal with the actual issues and the writer's point of view is not consistent. The prompt is copied directly three times in the response and the remainder is underlength at 1 fit. words, so marks are lost for this.
The response is organised into sections, but the relationship between ideas is not always clear and the linking expressions are sometimes inaccurate, as in the opening paragraph, or used in a mechanical way, as in the second paragraph.
The dependence on formulaic language and the input material indicates a limited range of vocabulary and there is a lot of repetition and inaccuracy. A range of structures is attempted, but control is weak. Errors in grammar and punctuation are frequent and cause problems for the reader.”