Writing for a purpose (to learn, to inform, to persude) and writing a summary.
Using words and phrases appropriate to the context and using correct grammar and correct mechanics.
Developing complex ideas within a complete essay and using correct grammar.
Supporting an opinion with details, examples and explanations and using correct spelling.
Organizing sentences and paragraphs in a logical way.
Writing a correct summary, using a correct grammar, using correct mechanics and writing under timed conditions.
Writing item types require you to write a response in standard academic English. using correct grammar and spelling. Pte Academic recognizes English spelling conventions from the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia and Canada. However, one spelling convention should be used consistently in a given response.
Two item types appear in the writing sections of the PTE Academic. The total time to conplete the writing sections is 40, 50 or 60 minutes, depending on the conmbination of items in a given test.You could be required to write two summaries and one essay(40 minutes), three summaries and one essay(50 minutes), or two summaries and two essays(60 minutes).
You may take notes using the Erasable Noteboard Booklet and pen, and use these notes as a guide when answering the items.
Summarize Written text is a short-answer writing item type. It tests your ability to comprehend, analyze and combine information from a reading passage, and then summarize the key points in writing.It assesses both writing and reading skills. Your score on Summarize Written text is based on the four factors:
Write essay is a long-answer writing item type. It tests your ability to write a perssuasive or argumentative essay on a given topic.It assesses wrting skills.Your score on repeat sentence is based on the seven factors:
partial credit scoring applies to Write essay.No credit is given for no response or an irrelevant response.
Consider carefully on your purpose for writing, for example, to give information, or to persude your readers to do something and on the topics you want to cover.Make notes of the key ideas you want to include.
Draft your text, referring to the plan you have made. Aim to write quickly, expressing your ideasas best as you can.At this stage, try not to spend a lot of time composing each seperate sentence.
Review what you have written.Try to put yourself in the position of your readers, and mark any expression or points which you feel are unclear, or could be improved.Make changes and review again. Check grammar, spelling and pronunciation, and make corrections where necessary.