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[graph] Percentage of students giving good ratings - IELTS review

bigbang15101990 1 / 1  
Nov 7, 2012   #1
Hi everyone,
Tomorrow I will take the IELTS test. I dont have much time for studying so I aim at band 6-7.
Now i really need your review on my report, and please give me an estimated score if possible. your help is very much appreciated!!

The table below shows the results of surveys in 2000, 2005 and 2010 about one university.
Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

Percentage of students giving good ratings for different aspects of a university
2000 2005 2010
Teaching quality 65 63 69
Print resources 87 89 88
Electronic resources 45 72 88
Range of modules offered 32 30 27
Buildings/teaching facilities 77 77 77

A glance at the table provided indicates the proportions of students who have positive views on various aspects of a university during the period from 2000 to 2010.

Generally speaking, rang of modules offered received the lowest number of good ratings, whereas this figure for print resources is highest during the time shown.

It can be seen that the satisfaction for teaching quality decreased slightly in 2005, but it then surged to a high of 69% by 2010. Positive feedback for print resources also fluctuated marginally around 88% while 77 out of 100 respondents evaluate buildings/teaching facility as good in both years of the survey.

We can also see that there was a nearly twofold rise in term of positive reviews for electronic resources, started at 45% in 2000 and reached 88% in 2010. The reversed pattern happened to range of modules offered and it satisfied the lowest number of students in 2010 (27%).

I tried to draw a table in the post but it seems that it is impossible. Please look at the image I attached. Thanks

ah_zafari [Contributor] 40 / 672 148  
Nov 7, 2012   #2
Writing a conclusion in the IELTS writing task one is optional, but I recommend you to write a conclusion at the end of the essay because it shows where the essay ends and it also reveals that what is the main outcome of the data. Note: if you want to write a conclusion, it should be based on the comparisons you made in the body.

Good luck
renlyso 4 / 18  
Nov 7, 2012   #3
Using more data/numbers can make ur essay more convincing. :-)

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