I'm afraid I don't have time to answer all of your comments individually. However, I do read them all, and I choose a few to answer every week. Here are my answers to a few questions from this week:
1. For the writing task 1 introduction, can I copy words from the chart?
Yes, try not to use too many words from the question, but it's a good idea to take a few words from the graph/chart itself. The labels on the chart can help you to paraphrase the question statement.
2. Is it ok to use "firstly, secondly, finally" in both main paragraphs?
It would be nicer to vary the way you organise or link your ideas in each main paragraph. However, the ideas and vocabulary are more important than the linking words, so using "firstly, secondly, finally" twice isn't a big problem.
3. I explained both sides for an "agree or disagree" question. Is that ok?
Yes, but I hope you made it clear in your introduction that you 'partly agree'. Have a look through my writing lessons until you find something about 'strong opinions' and 'balanced opinions'.
4. Which is correct: "per household" or "per a household"?
After "per" we don't put the article, so "per household" is correct.
5. What score would I get if my average is 6.125?
Your score would be 6. You need at least 6.25 to get a 6.5.
6. Who writes the IELTS exam, and does it differ according to provider?
Click here for official information. The exam is written and marked in the same way wherever you take it.