I take time to think and go over the question and therefore it takes time. I can rush but as you know nothing good comes by rushing. Can you help me , sometime I encounter writers block.
I consulted my teacher on this problem and she told me only real writers get writers block and she insinuated at the idea...
I went through this problem too and it reached the point where the faster I tried to write, the worse my handwriting got until it was basically scribbles!
But I think you need to try practising at home with past papers or just set a time limit and write, write, write.
And plan! as soon as you open your exam paper, read the question, highlight the key words and make sure you fully understand what its talking about. You don't get much time in exams but if you set 5/10 minutes at the start to make a small mindmap/spider diagram of the points you can use, it will make all the difference.
Keep an eye on the clock at all times and try to make your paragraphs concise.
Also in terms of writers block- everyone experiences it! obviously the worse time to get it is during an exam but just relax and try your best.
first write an "f", then an "a", then "s".....................
I know that the answer's already chosen, but I'd like to mention that you could learn Shorthand.
Practice more and more.
Nothing but practice
Study past examination papers for the last few years, in order to work out what questions the examiners are likely to ask.
Write up a practice essay at home
The wide majority of people who employ the term "writer's block" don't have a clear grasp on its meaning and wind up using it incorrectly. Your problem has nothing at all to do with writer's block. Your problem is that you lack the knowledge and experience to organise ideas and information so that you can go about formulating clear, concise, and effective pieces of writing. If you are asked to choose one side of a debate and to provide strong, relevant facts and opinions to back up your argument or if you are asked to explain your point of view on a specific topic or situation, or if you are asked to explain your interpretation of a concept or quote, or to do one of any of the things teachers ask students to do in their writing, the first step has to be to gather and to organise your information, ideas, thoughts, feelings and opinions. You can't begin to write unless you know what you plan to say and how you plan to say it. Organisation is a huge part of the writing process. Master it.
the harder you study and know your topic, the more easily the words should flow. the more you practice writing, the more that flow will result in really good words.
Do IELTS, it's will help you more.
Make strong your vocabulary storage and grammatical rules. That's enough!