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Are you still using rote memorization to recall ideas and vocabulary?Are you still leaving things until the last minute?Are you still finding IELTS Writing worrisome?This part is written by a current IELTS examiner, Mark Griffiths. Having been an examiner for several years and having taught IELTS courses for about nine years, he is familiar with the main problems students face when preparing to take the writing module. This part, with frequently-tested questions and model answers written by Mark himself, will expose to you the testing pattern and how to reach the level of the model answers.Part 1 Academic Training - Task 1Report writing. This part will introduce you which point to begin from, which to pay more attention to and which can be neglected in your writing. There are Data Questions (of which there are 30), Process Diagrams (of which there are 11) and Maps (of which there are 4) in this part.