High stakes English language tests such as IELTS, are being increasingly delivered on the computers. Do the advantages outweigh the disadvantages?

As an international language, English is accepted and spoken through the world as a medium of communication. But not all counties have
similar level
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a similar level
of proficiency in English.
Thus
IELTS
are platform from where English language is tested based on four segments
such
as Listening, Writing, Speaking and Reading.
Besides
pen and paper
system
, it is now being tested through a
computer
system
. The new
system
has both merits and demerits. Over the
last
few
decades it
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decades, it
follows the traditional techniques. Recently
IELTS
authority
have launched
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has launched
launched
a
computer
generated
exam
where candidates will appear in the
exam
in front of
computer
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a computer
the computer
. The principal benefit of
this
system
is saving time since results will be published instantly as like to the GRE or GMAT
exam
. In prior
system
, it takes thirteen days to publish
result
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results
. Other advantages include the
invidualistc
approach, more concentration, noise reduction, prompt rectification of errors etc. The disadvantage of
newly adopted
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the newly adopted system
system
is
system
failure may hamper the
exam
psychology. If any hardware or software is
failed
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failing
to load the
system
or interrupted, candidates might start it again.
Secondly
, if an examinee does not have faster typing speed, he or she can't finish the writing part within the assigned time frame. In case fill in the gap, sometimes they may be unable to note down the key words. With
this
sequence, for the
first
time users, it won't be easier to adapt
with
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to
the changes. In conclusion, though there are some demerits of
computer generated
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a computer generated system
system
, the benefits
overweighs
in other respects or ways
otherwise
overweight
the negative aspects. Many of the universities are offering admission
with
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to
required
IELTS
exam
; students often apply at the eleventh
hour
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hour, thus
thus
it is occasionally not possible to apply because instantly
IELTS
result can't be received. So it brings a new dimension for the
IELTS
taker to make
quicker decision
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quicker decisions
a quicker decision
for examination and after that they apply to the desired program or fill the purpose.

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To get an excellent score in the IELTS Task 2 writing section, one of the easiest and most effective tips is structuring your writing in the most solid format. A great argument essay structure may be divided to four paragraphs, in which comprises of four sentences (excluding the conclusion paragraph, which comprises of three sentences).

For we to consider an essay structure a great one, it should be looking like this:

  • Paragraph 1 - Introduction
    • Sentence 1 - Background statement
    • Sentence 2 - Detailed background statement
    • Sentence 3 - Thesis
    • Sentence 4 - Outline sentence
  • Paragraph 2 - First supporting paragraph
    • Sentence 1 - Topic sentence
    • Sentence 2 - Example
    • Sentence 3 - Discussion
    • Sentence 4 - Conclusion
  • Paragraph 3 - Second supporting paragraph
    • Sentence 1 - Topic sentence
    • Sentence 2 - Example
    • Sentence 3 - Discussion
    • Sentence 4 - Conclusion
  • Paragraph 4 - Conclusion
    • Sentence 1 - Summary
    • Sentence 2 - Restatement of thesis
    • Sentence 3 - Prediction or recommendation

Our recommended essay structure above comprises of fifteen (15) sentences, which will make your essay approximately 250 to 275 words.

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