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IELTS Writing Test 62

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Task 1: The chart below gives information about science qualifications held by people in two countries.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

Write at least 150 words.

Task 2: The number of people interested in cosmetic surgery is increasing in order to improve their physical appearance. Why do people do operations to change the way they look? Do you think it is a positive or negative development?

Write at least 250 words.

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4 responses to “IELTS Writing Test 62”

  1. ASLAM KHAN says:


    TASK 1

    The bar chart describes about the proportion of people, who are qualified in science in Malaysia and Singapore. As an overall trend, the majority of the community in both nations has no degree in science, whereas least students have done master’s degree in science. Singapore has highest number of graduates as compared to the Malaysia.

    The graph data reveals that exactly one-tenth of the students in Malaysia are science graduates, conversely the rate of science graduate scholars is precisely twofold (20%) in Singapore. On the other hand, nearly sixty percent of Singaporeans have no degree in science. In case of Malaysian qualification in science, the figure is slightly on the upper side as compared to the Singapore.

    The percentage of the people who have earned master’s degree is some in both nations, being roughly at 2%. In contrast, there are about 35% teenagers in Malaysia, who have successfully completed high school education in science. While the proportion in Singapore is nearly 5% lower contrary to Malaysia adolescents.

    TASK 2:

    Beauty has become an important aspect in our daily life. This is the reason why few people emphasize on cosmetic surgery with an opinion that it enhances the outlook of an individual. Although changes to the face bring a glorious look at people physical appearance, I would argue that it has several long term drawbacks, which will be elucidated in this essay.

    On the one side of the argument, people often think that face treatment is vital as it attracts other’s attention; therefore they consult doctors for plastic surgery to look more charming. For instance, film actors normally operate their faces so that they can get more fame and earn more money.

    Turning to the other side of the picture, there are plenty of cons of this artificial face treatment. Firstly, one of the major issues which may arise from this is allergy. When people manipulate with their natural faces, they might end up getting chronic diseases, which are difficult to ameliorate. This is the main reason why skin specialists advise people not to treat their skins. Secondly, another issue for having a controversial view is that a few individuals spent high amount of their income in buying beauty products for face tuning, which can be spent in joining a fitness club to improve fitness and health. According to medical researchers, people who engage themselves doing a regular exercise are likely to possess an active lifestyle.

    In conclusion, though skin operations, advances people look, in my opinion, it has a detrimental effect on our skin which might not be mitigated easily.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      Always use the with words like least and highest. Here you are comparing two nations only so use words higher instead of highest. It is not nearly 60% it is exactly 60%. Malaysian adolescents not Malaysia.

      Task 2 – Glorious look to not at. Not advances people look but makes better or embellishes their looks, and people’ not people. Conclusion is incoherent because in first part you talk about people and in second part you have written our.

      Your attempt is good and can easily 6-6.5 bands. But you should aim for more by making it better. For that please watch the video on writing task 2 on our official youtube channel.

  2. Rekha Soni says:

    The bar graph reveals the percentage of students of two countries who took education of science.

    Overall, more students did not take education of science and left school after completing exams, while less pupils took education of bachelor’s and master’s degree in both countries.

    As per the graph, the ratio of pupils of both countries who studied masters’s degree remained static at 3%( only 3% or percentage points?). Furthermore, the percentage of graduate students in Malaysia (20%)was two times as opposed to Singapore(10%).

    As per the graph, a difference of about 5% was apparent between the pupils of Malaysia and Singapore, the former one was almost 35% and the latter was 30%. Moreover, approximately 65% pupils of Malaysia did not study in science but a reduction of 5% can be seen in the students of Singapore.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      3% is fine. ‘As per the graph, a difference of about 5%’ difference in which category. ‘did not study in science’ in should not come here.

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