Practical Tips for PTE Essay Writing & Summarise Written Text


We all know how to write an essay and what a summary of the written text is. We'll show you how to do it in 3 easy steps. Here are some practical tips for PTE writing an essay and summarizing the written text.

Explore prompts and plan
Before starting your essay and abstract, we recommend that you evaluate the prompts to get the key information. Please check your question. Also, examine the topic of the essay and the content of the given text to summarize and discuss the main points that need to be covered. After that, you have to decide which side of the argument you want to write about in your essay. Next, create a rough plan of the content and structure you want to add to your essay. Write down some ideas about your opinions and thoughts that you would like to include in your essay.

You can structure your essay as follows:

Introduction - Briefly introduce the topic and add relevant information.

Paragraph 1- Present ideas to support your claim.

Paragraph 2- Add another supporting thought to your argument or provide a counter-argument in support of your idea.

Conclusion - Conclude your essay by summarizing the ideas that led to your conclusion and why.

Planning your essay writing and summary is an important part of your exam task. The thought process makes writing essays and summaries much faster and easier. You don't have a lot of time, so keep it short and sweet.

Once you have a plan in place and know what you are going to write, execute the plan. Demonstrate to the PTE examiner that you have the ability to write academic essays and abstracts in English. When writing, provide clear explanations, avoid ambiguity, and express thoughts and ideas that support your point in your essay, and when writing a summary, be meaningful and use stylistic features. Communicate your ideas coherently. Do your best by presenting vocabulary and grammar in essays and summaries. Correct use of complex sentence structures and vocabulary will likely lead to better results. Additionally, using idioms and colloquialisms is the icing on the cake, but don't overdo it. Remember that the best answers contain academic terms and use synonyms wherever possible to avoid repeating words.

Carefully review and double-check your essay and abstract before proceeding to the next section. This final step takes a few more minutes to check for spelling errors, correct use of punctuation, and correct grammar. As you proofread, also make sure you answer the questions that are asked in the prompts. Make sure you make your point well enough in your essay, frame your content accurately in your abstract, and reach the right conclusions in PTE Preparation.

Last but not least, make sure you read the flow of your essay and abstract, make sure your word count is between 200 and 300 words, and don't exceed the word count limit. Practice compound and complex sentences.

Remember, to summarize the given text, the answer must be expressed in one sentence. Therefore, you should have enough vocabulary to use complex or compound sentences, summarize the main points of the text, and be concise. Please provide additional details.

Write in the correct form
Write your answer in one sentence, starting with a capital letter and ending with just a period. Answers must be between 5 and 75 words long, so check the word count on the word count counter below the PTE test answer box. However, answers with less than 5 words or more than 75 words will not be evaluated and will be deducted.

Here's a checklist to keep in mind to make sure you've covered all the important points before completing your work.

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