Scribo helps IELTS writing students lift their Writing skills and band scores
Practicing for your IELTS writing assessment can be really lonely! That’s a big reason why Writing is one of the hardest skills to learn. English is complicated. There are lots of rules to learn and the only way to get better is to practice. When you practice you need structured direction and instant feedback to learn good habits and make progress.
We believe that feedback should be quick, accurate and helpful, not to mention cost effective.
Scribo gives you all of this. Instant feedback, guidance and expert tips are all available as you write. Check and recheck your work often. The feedback updates every time you check your work. Rate yourself against the IELTS marking criteria and keep track of your progress.
When you are ready, hand your work in for a human teacher to give you extra guidance, feedback and a confirmation of your grading estimate.
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