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Practical Tips for Maximising Your IELTS Writing Score

Event Special Guest Workshop:
Practical Tips for IELTS Writing Tasks
Date 12 April 2023 (Wednesday)
Time 2:30pm - 4:30pm
Speaker Mr. Richard Eng
Venue User Education Room, University Library
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Workshop Description

Following the IELTS workshop in Term I which focused on Maximizing Your Writing Scores (in Task 1), our Guest Speaker Mr Richard Eng will explain useful exam strategies in general and provide practical tips in tackling Task 2. Exemplars will be used to illustrate common student problems and ways to improve writing.

Speaker's Bio

Mr. Richard Eng

Mr. Richard Eng obtained his master’s degree in Applied Linguistics at the University of Hong Kong. He is now pursuing a doctoral degree at the same university. His area of interest lies in Second Language Writing. He has been teaching IELTS in Hong Kong for over 10 years.

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