The table below shows the percentage of first-year students who gave a “very good” rating to the resources provided by a college, for three courses. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.
The given table represents the rating towards the facilities of three courses, namely – economics, law and commerce. It is interesting to note that commerce earned the highest satisfaction of all resources.
Overall, the resources provided by commerce, law and economics showed varied popularity among the students.
In terms of pre-course satisfaction, commerce tops in these three subjects, with 95% showing satisfaction. 72% of the students rated the pre-course information on the law as ‘very good and the figure for economics was the least, with slightly less than 60% being satisfied with it.
When it comes to teaching, tutoring and print resources, and approximately equal percentage (95%, 92% and 83% respectively) of economics and commerce students rated these facilities as very good. However, only about 70% of law students were satisfied with these services.
Turning to other resources, about 80% of commerce and law students were satisfied, whereas only 60% of economics students were satisfied with other resources.