The graph gives information regarding The chart compares the number of graduates of both genders in Canada over a 15-year period.
gender in terms of Canadian graduated student in over a-15 year period from 1992 to 2007.
Overall, even though similar trends
occur occurred between males and females graduates, the gap between both figures widened during a period of time.
You could clarify what similar trends and the gap are.Overall, there was an increase in graduate student numbers of both men and women. Also, the number of female graduates was significantly higher that that of male counterparts during the period.
experienced a decrease
d toby more than two-fifth percent inat the end of 2007
Striking contrast with the female trend
This is not aligned with your overview, where you stated that both genders saw a similar trend.
You could use "the number of male graduates" instead of repeating the word "trend".
fluctuated steeply by under 80 thousand during the first half period
I don't think there was a wild fluctuation according to the chart. I think male graduate numbers hovered around 75000 during the first half of the period.
fluctuated around 72 thousand in 2001
Again, I think it remained stable instead of fluctuating.
has risenrose substantially
male scholars past their education
male graduate students
a more likely to be a combination of gender choose to study in Canada
I don't think it is a unique feature either of the chart or in Canada in general.