IELTS Writing Task 1 – Table (Practice 20)

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.

IELTS Writing Task 1 - Table


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.

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  1. The table below shows the income and jobs generated last year by tourism in Canadian states and territories. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

    The Table illustrates the revenue and jobs generated from tourism last year by Canadian states and territories. At a glance, both the category directly proportion equally.

    Newfoundland was generate an income of 316 million dollars whereas Prince Edward Island was the lowest-income state with 121 million dollars. Nova Scotia generated around 683 million dollars which was double the income of New Brunswick’s 438 million dollars. Quebec was the second-highest in income which was 5,357 million dollars. Ontario had hit a record in the income of 59,797 million dollars. Manitoba and Saskatchewan generated between 550 to 700 million dollars. Whereas Alberta and British Columbia generated an income of 3,063 million dollars and 4,913 million dollars respectively. On the other hand, territories like Yukon and Nunavut with Northwest territories generated the second-lowest income of around 147 million dollars. So the total income was 76,102 million dollars.

    Tourism was generate jobs whereas Ontario was the highest state with the generated jobs of 226,781. Compare to this, Prince Edward Island was on the lowest number of jobs 2,866. Then Nova Scotia and Saskatchewan were at similar levels in generated jobs 16,636 and 18,063 respectively. The second highest was Quebec at 130,018 jobs. In contrast, the second-lowest generated was territories with 3,124. Newfoundland generated jobs of 8,136 whereas two times double in New Brunswick. The other two Alberta and British Columbia were generate jobs 69,308 and 96,877 respectively.

    Overall, Ontario was the highest income generated state from tourism last year. However, Prince Edward Island was the lowest income as well as job opportunities state.

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