positive feedbacks of McGrill university in 3 years
The table illustrates the proportion of students giving positive feedbacks for different criteria of McGrill university in 3 years: 2005, 2010,2015.
Overall, most features of the university had become more satisfactory for students, especially the greatest increase occured to student services. Whereas, some remaining figures declined or stayed the same.
It is clear from the table that there was an increasing zeal in student services' share, reaching a high record of 95 percent in 2015. Conversely, the statistics for the range of modules offered had experienced a decline amounting to only a quarter by the end of this survey shown.
By 2005, students thought that library resources were the best accounting for 86 percent. Visibly, teaching quality and the former witnessed a similar pattern over the survey, with the contributions were still one of the highest, despite fluctuation, stood at about 78 percent and 87 percent respectively in 2015.
In addition, the figure for sports and social facilities remained the same, 13 out of 20 students felt satisfied , in both 3 years.
( sorry but i don't know how to copy the image of the table in here although i have tried. Please search for the table and give me feedbacks for my essay. Thank you so much)
Holt Educational Consultant - / 13,582 4452
There are several types of tables. The writer did not offer a complete image identification. The description from the instruction was used in a cutand paste format. The writer mustbecame familiar with all task 1 specific image types. Regardless, there is a proper summary overview and trending statement provided. However, the lack of image for comparison makes me worry about the outline accuracy. Please note that it is the student's responsibility to provide the image for this purpose.
There are moments when the student reveals a measured point of comparison but neglects to provide the accompanying data numbers. This creates confusion in the paragraph that leads to a less than informative paragraph. This is a non-cohesive and less coherent scoring presentation.