Pay attention to the overall structure of your answer and paragraphs order; keep an eye on the main ideas and how they are supported by examples.
In the first part of IELTS Academic Writing, you can come across different types of graphs: a line or bar graph, a table, a map, a process, two graphs or two tables.
Synonyms for describing graphs in IELTS Writing: verb + adverb (how?), Adjective + noun, subject + verb + adverb (how?), There is + a + adjective + noun + in the ..., etc.
In IELTS WRITING PART 1 there are differents types of graphs ,tables, maps etc.:
- Line graph
- Bar chart
- Pie charts
- Life cycle
- Mixed type: line graph + table OR pie chart and line graph
In order to get 6.0-7.5 and higher, you need to effectively combine your ideas.
This skill is assessed by the examiner and it is one of the marking criteria - Coherence / Cohesion, i.e. consistency and coherence / integrity.