financially organised students
The diagrams below show UK students' responses to the question of to what extent would they describe themselves as financially organised.
Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
Write at least 150 words.
The two diagrams compare the level of organizing the finance of UK pupils. The pie chart demonstrates how well students control their finance in four levels: from not all organised to very organised. Analysing deeper about the very organised group, the table shows the proportion of different age groups.
In general, it's noticeable that more than a half of UK students consider themselves as fairly organised. In addition, students tend to be superior of managing their finance at the older age.
55% of the pie chart belongs to fairly organised group. Meanwhile, just about 4% pupils never organised their finance, which makes it the smallest proportion. The rest of the pie is divided almost equally to the groups of not very organised and very organised, with approximately 20 percent and 21 percent respectively.
When it comes to the sector of very-financially-organised students, it accounts for 35% of students who are older than 26. This figure decreases gradually when it comes to the younger group: 18 percent of age up to 22 and 26 percent of age 22-35 years stay in this sector.