Here there are some tips on how to enhance your text and make an excellent impression on the examiner:
1. Avoid using plain common adjectives like "nice" or "interesting" when writing a book/film review.
Instead of writing "It is an interesting book with a nice argument." Try something like "It is a riveting book, with a gripping plot and an unpredictable ending."
2. Use idioms, especially when writing articles, informal letters or stories.
"She told me the dress had been expensive but I didn´t believe her. I thought maybe she was joking."
"She told me the dress had been expensive but I didn´t believe her. I thought she was pulling my leg."
*pulling someone´s leg = joking
3 Use inversions when writing stories to make them more sophisticated and dramatic.
Little did I know of was about to happen that dark and stormy night...
Had I listened to my heart, I would have known that...( he was not a good man...)