Academic IELTS Writing task 1 Sample 1 - Male and female workers in 1975 and 1995 in several employment sectors of the republic of Freedonia

The graphs below show the numbers of male and female workers in 1975 and 1995 in several employment sectors of the republic of Freedonia.

Write a report for a university teacher describing the information shown.

» You should write at least 150 words.
» You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.

 
Male and female workers in 1975 in Freedonia
 
Male and female workers in 1995 in Freedonia
 
 

Sample Answer 1:
The given diagrams compare the male and female employment status in six different job sectors in two different years – 1975 & 1995. As is seen from the given illustration, men were well ahead of women in all the job sectors in Freedonia in 1975. However, the scenario changed in the 1995 and women did a remarkable progress in their professions.

According to the given diagrams, men in Freedonia were well ahead of female in manufacturing, finance/banking, wholesale & retail trade, defence and non-defence sectors. In manufacturing more than 600 male employees could be seen against only 300 female employees. Except in communication sector, the proportion of male employees was far greater than that of females. Among the given job sectors, the public /non-defence sector had the highest number of employees while the defence sector had the least number of employees.

After 20 years, women showed an outstanding advancement in the job sectors and they went well ahead of men in communication, wholesale & retail trade sectors. They become almost equal in number in finance and banking jobs while the gap between male and female employees’ numbers reduced in defence jobs. The only sector that was still male dominant was manufacturing and the job ratio in this sector remained almost same as it was 20 years earlier.

 

Sample Answer 2:
The given two graphs show the information about employment scenario in Fredonia by gender in six different employment sectors during 1975 and 1995. It is very clear from the overall trend that men were pretty much dominating the job markets both during 1975 and 1995, but women made progress in the given 20 years period.

According to the first graph that depicts the employment status in 1975, there were far more male employees in all the employment sectors than its opposite sex. Nearly half of the employees in the manufacturing industry were men. Most strikingly, 75% of finance sector employees were male. However, women appeared to be competing shoulder to shoulder against their male counterpart in the communication sectors.

Turning to the 1995 data, females had made a significant improvement in securing jobs in different employment sectors. Om top of that, women outmatched the male counterpart in securing jobs in communication and wholesale & retail trade industry. Furthermore, nearly half of the communication sector employees were women. In finance sector as well, women were not very far behind.

Comparing the two graphs, it seems very clear that in between those twenty years the number of male employees in these sectors had remained considerably the same, but there was a considerable increase of female employees in the majority of these job sectors.

[Written by - Dorji]

 

Sample Answer 3:
The given graphs provide data on the workforce in six different professions in the republic of Freedonia in 1975 and 1995. As is observed, the graphs illustrate the progress of empowering women in the work market over the twenty years, even the number of females exceeded the number of males in some work fields.

In 1975, the number of employed men was considerably higher compared to the number of women in all sectors, in particular, manufacturing, finance and banking and public sector (defence). By 1995 there was a significant increase in the number of working females in communication, finance and marketing and wholesale and retail trade, where the number of employed women in these sectors was around 250, 120 and 550 out of thousands respectively and it rose by approximately 300 out of thousand in each sector. Taking into consideration the number of women surpassed the number of men in communication and wholesale and retail sectors, it is evident that women empowerment in employment sectors in Freedonia had significantly progressed in the given period. 
 
[Written by - Philomina]
 

Sample Answer 4:
The given line graphs illustrate the number of male and female workers in various employment sectors of the republic of Fredonia in the year 1975 and 1995. The first point to note is that the highest number of male and female workers were occupied in the public sector and wholesale and retail trade sector in both years.

Public sector occupied the same number of employees in both two years that is 840 males and 640 females. Wholesale and retail trade sector stands close behind with 650 male and 460 female employees in the year 1975, while a slight reverse order in the year 1995 with 800 females and 650 males. Manufacturing section consumes almost an equal number of employees in both years with 600 males and half of its females. Interestingly, almost an equal number of employees in communication sector in the year 1975 with 240 and 250 females and males respectively, changed to its double in female workers and with the same number of male workers in the year 1995. This same trend was shown in finance and banking sector. However, defence public sector occupied the lowest number with 10 female and 210 male workers in the year 1975 and 100 females and its double male workers in the year 1995.

In conclusion, it is clear from the graphs that, there are fluctuations in the number in both years. But male employees are more compared to females in almost all the sectors in the given years.

(Approximately 238 words | Written by - Jayesh Joseph )

 

Model Answer 5: 
The provided illustrations compare the male and female workers in different employment sectors in Freedonia over 20 years of time by providing data for the years 1975 and 1995. As is observed from the given line graphs, women were far behind in employment in Freedonia in 1975 but within 20 years they made remarkable progress almost in all sectors and went well ahead of men in communications and wholesale & retail trade sectors.

The graphs compare the number of male and female workers in 6 different sectors of Freedonia per thousand. In 1975, more men than women were employed in almost all the mentioned sectors of job categories. For instance, approximately 650 men were employed in manufacturing related jobs compared to only 300 women per thousand of total employees in the same sectors. In almost all other cases, the numbers of male employees were much higher than the women and in communication sectors men were bit ahead than female in their employment ration. After 20 years, in 1995, women made outstanding progress in Freedonian job sectors. For instance, in communication sectors almost 600 female were employed compared to 300 male workers per thousand. Women went ahead of men in wholesale & retail trade sectors too. Except for the public sectors (non-defence) women hold the trends of progress compared to men in all other sectors. In 1975 only about 40 women worked in defence sectors and this number grew to more than 100 per thousand after 20 years.

In summary women did remarkable progress in Freedonian job fields over 20 years and they went ahead of men in many job sectors.

(Approximately 270 words)     
(These two model answers can be followed  as examples of a well-written answer. However, please note that this is just one example out of many possible approaches.)

Sample Answer 6:
The provided line graphs compare the employment history of men and women in 1975 and 1995 dividing in six major sectors namely: manufacturing, communications, finance/ banking, wholesale & retail trade, non-defence public sectors and defence public sectors. As is observed from the given illustration, significant changes have been made in women's employment and women appear to have made remarkable improvements in almost the entire job sectors in Freedonia and in some sectors women went well ahead of men.

Initially, in 1975, men were notably ahead of women in every sector of employment. For example, in communication sector about 260 men worked against 220 women in every thousand employees. Twenty years later, though the number of men remained unchanged, the number of women rose to over 550 in one thousand. A similar trend can be seen in the wholesale and retail trade sector, where the number of women rose from about 550 to almost 800 in every 1000 employees of this sector two decades later. The number of men in this sector remained stable over the period, at around 700 / thousand.

Women also made their prominence in both the finance/ banking industries and in the defence-related public sector during this period. Where 125 women among one thousand employees worked in finance & banking institutions in 1975, this number increased to 450 by 1995. The number of men grew only marginally from 425 to 480 over the same period. In defence sector, the number of men declined from 225 to 200 per thousand, while the number of women rose from 25 to over 100 per thousand. Two sectors that remained almost stable in terms of men and women employee ration are manufacturing and public sector. In manufacturing, about 300 women and 650 men worked in both surveyed years, and in public sector (non-defence), which employed 650 women and 850 men.

In conclusion, we can say that women appear to have made gains in the workforce in Freedonia and in some sectors they went well ahead compared to men.
 

Tips for Answering this Academic Writing Task 1 Question:

1. Two line graphs are provided in this writing task 1, so start the introduction part as follows:
          The given line graphs provide data on.....
          Do not use, 'the give line graph shows...' as there are more than one graphs present in this question.

2. The two line graphs compare the number of male and female employees in 6 employment sectors in Freedonia. The first graph shows the data for the year 1975 while the second graph shows data for the year 1995.

3. The first graph shows that the male employees were well ahead in all the job sectors in Freedonia. But after 20 years that scenario changed  and women did a remarkable progress in the job sectors.

4. Initially, in 1975, men were higher in number in terms of their involvement in different work sectors. Only in Finance and Banking sector, female were close to the male.

5. After 20 years in 1995, the number of women employees crossed the number of men employees in communications & wholesale & retail trade sectors.

6. In communication sector, the number of women employees reached to 550 per thousand while this number was only 210 per thousand in 1975.

7. Do not only give the numbers of male and female employees in 6 job sectors of Freedonia in 1975 and 1995. Rather make a comparison of the male and female employee numbers and show some of the comparisons for women about how many of them were employed in 1975 and how these numbers have increased in 1995. Keep in mind that the writing expects you to be able to compare the women's improvement and increasing involvement in job sectors of Freedonia.

Summary of the graphs:
In Freedonia, women's involvement in major job sectors has increased remarkably in 20 years. Initially, in 1975, they were less in number than the male employees in all the 6 major job sectors. But within 20 years, they did significant progress and have crossed the number of male employees in some sectors.


Sample Answer 7:
The provided line graphs compare the number of male and female workers in 6 broad job sectors of Freedonia. As is presented in the two line graphs, women have made a significant improvement in Freedonian job sectors over the 20 years.

Initially, in 1975, men were ahead in all job sectors than women. In manufacturing job fields, around 220 women were employed while the number of male employees was well over 600 per thousand. Men were ahead of women in terms of their involvement in jobs in all of the mentioned 6 broad sectors. In Finance/ Banking, wholesale & retail trade, non-defense public sector, women were far more behind than their male counterpart. Only in communications sector women were close to men. Among 1000 employees in defence public sector women were less than 50 where men were around 250. The first graph thus depicts the men and women workforce in Freedonia in 1975.  

But after 20 years in 1995, the scenario had changed significantly. Women crossed men in terms of their job involvement in communication and wholesale & retail trade. In defence, the number of women workers doubled that the number of 1975, whereas the number of men had decreased to 200. In non-defence sector, the differences had not changed that much but in communications and Finance/ Banking sector women have done significant improvement compared to their number 20 years back.  

In summary, women in Freedonia had done a remarkable progress in job sectors and in some cases had superseded their male counterparts.

(Approximately 225 words)    

 

Sample Answer 8:
The line graphs illustrate the number of male and female workers in various sectors in Freedonia in 1975 and 1995. It is evident that manufacturing, trade and non-defence public sector employed most number of people.

From the graph, it is clear that in 1975, male workers were involved in much greater numbers than females especially in manufacturing where about 700 men were involved which was more than twice the number of females. Similarly, men were employed over five times the number of females in banking. In all the other sectors men were considerably ahead in terms of employment in 1975.

Then in 1995 female employment rocketed in communications, becoming almost double of that for males (300). It surpassed the male employment in retail trade as well (800 women per thousand employees). Except in manufacturing where the situation remained the same as 1975, women employment increased significantly in all the other sectors.

Thus it is clear that male employment was much higher in 1975 compared to women but women employment have rocketed through the 20 years and has surpassed the male employment in some sectors.

(Approximately 184 words | by Siddhartha Dey)

 

Model Answer 9:
In the year 1975, men have outnumbered female workers in each and every sector in most of the cases the gap between them was very wide except in the case of communication. To start with, in the manufacturing there were around 700 men to a total of 300 women and for finance/banking these numbers were 450 and 150 respectively. Maximum number per thousand employees was in the public sector (900) with least number in defence (only 200). Same was true for women as well with.

In the year 1995, statistics changed drastically and women exceeded in number to men in the field of communication and wholesale & retail trade. They were the maximum in wholesale sector and continue to be least in defence sector. Overall there is no major change for male workers in any sector except in defence where a minute decline in numbers can be seen. There still is a huge gap in male and female workers in the manufacturing sector but in the case of finance, the gap is now narrowed down to almost nill.

(Approximately 172 words | by Bhupender )

 

Model Answer 10:
The graphs give us a brief idea about the various changes that has taken place in 6 different employment sectors in Freedonia based on the population of both male and female sexes from 1975 to 1995. Though there isn't a major increase in the overall number of employees, some of the individual sectors showed a notable increase in its work population.

The defence sector had the least number of men and women and even though there was a slight variation in the number of women the number of men in this sector remained the same in both the years. Manufacturing at 600 above men, 250 women and public sector apart from defence at 800 above men and 600 above women had no significant changes in both the years whatsoever. Most changes had been in the communication, finance and wholesale sectors with a large increase in the number of people from 1975 to 1995 speaks out in the volume of the interest of the general public towards these sectors. Communication and wholesale sector had seen a huge hike in the number of women even overtaking men in the process.

On these grounds, I conclude by saying the prominence of women in employment sectors in Freedonia is evident when we compare the graph of 1995 and 1975.

(Approximately 172 words | by Abhijith )

 

Model Answer 11:
As can be seen from the graphs, among all the sectors, non-defence public sector was the most popular working field for both the genders in 1975, in which, the number of  males and females was around 900,000 and 700,000 respectively. Interestingly, the figures for both the genders in this sector remained the same even in1995, followed by wholesale and retail sector, where the rate of women employees was 570,000 in1975 which rose to 800,000 after 2 decades whereas the figures for their counterparts worked in the same sector stayed at a constant figure of 800,000 throughout the period.

Likewise, in the field of manufacturing, the number of males and females had no change after 20 years from 700,000 and 300,000 respectively.  Noticeably, the number of men occupied in the field of communication and banking /finance remained steady during the time period at 300,000 and just over 400,000 correspondingly; whilst the figures for female employees in communication sector underwent a threefold increase from about 300,000 by 1995.

Similarly, in the banking sector, women had a fourfold rise to almost 450,000. It can be seen that only 25,000 women worked in the defence/ public sector in1975, while the figures for men was more than 225,000. However, the rate of the former rose by 4 times and reached 100,000 after 20 years whereas the figures for the latter had a fall to 200,000.

To conclude, the occupational data for men had no considerable change whereas massive changes took place in the case of women workers over a 20 year period.

(Approximately 256 words | by Sriya Bimal )

 

Model Answer 12:
The given bar charts illustrate the employment status of Freedonian women and men in different sectors in 1975 and two decades later in 1995. The x-axis presents the number of working people in thousands while the y-axis presents six sectors of employment.

Public sector is the greatest employment opportunity provider in both the fiscal years, providing job to almost 850,000 people with little change in composition of male and female workers, where, more than 75% of women constituted its workforce. Jobs in manufacturing and finance/banking sector are fairly steady at around 600,000 and 450,000 respectively during both the years.

However, the composition of the workforce in finance/banking sector changed with almost all the women employees displaced more than half of the men workforce during 1995. Wholesale and retail trade industry's workforce grew slightly in 1995 but the composition of workforce reversed during the later year with men displacing more than two-third of women workforce. Communication sector employed twice the number of employees in the later year however it had hired a lot of men employees, levelling the male-female ratio of workers in its industry. Defense, however, had contracted its opportunities but it had increased the number of women workforce by more than half of its workforce which was quite negligible in 1975.

(Approximately 211 words | by Rajan )

 

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0 # Flavia Lima 2016-11-25 13:08
The chart given represents a comparison of employment scenarios between males and females in the republic of Freedonia in two different years, 1975 and 1995. It has also taken into consideration 6 sectors of employment. It is obvious that male employees occupied most of the jobs while women progressed in terms of their career in Freedonia over the time.

As it can be seen from the given line graph, in 1995, the number of male employees was significantly higher in most of the sectors, mainly in manufacturing and finance/banking. In these two sectors, the men had more than the double of positions occupied than the woman. In finance and banking, there were four hundred male employees against just over hundred and fifty women workers. The only job sector where the ratio of men and women were almost similar was the communications.

In 1995 the scenario had materially changed, once the number of women employed had sharply increased in most of the sectors except for manufacturing where it stood at three hundred employees. On the other hand, the women that in 1975 did not lead any sector in numbers, after twenty years they started to lead two of the 6 sectors listed on the analyse, including communication and wholesale and retail trade.

Overall it is possible to assume by analysing the charters that the employment scenario had changed over the years in Freedonia, with the women occupied more space in the companies.
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+1 # Harb 2016-09-15 15:15
The given graphs show the numbers of men and women employees in six sectors in the Republic of Freedonia in two different years, 1975 and 1995. In 1975, men were dominant in six job sectors in Freedonia whereas it was no longer the case in 1995 when women progress remarkable in some job sectors.

In 1975, the numbers of males were higher than females in the given six employment sectors. The female’s numbers were the lowest in the defence sector as well as males in both 1975 by ten and 220 respectively. However, the number of female employees increased in 1995 by 90 and men’s number in this jobs sector remained almost the same.

In 1995, female employees number was more than that of males in the wholesale and retail trade as well as communication sector, wherein, males dominated in the other four sectors. The employment scenario in the manufacturing and non-defence sectors both in 1975 and 1995 remained almost unchanged.
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+1 # Winnie 2016-08-25 09:31
The charts give information in relation to the number of men and women employed in six different job fields in Freedonia over the 20-year periods from 1975 to 1995.Overall, the number of males employed exceeded the number of females over the period given but women did a remarkable progress in the job sector during this time.

The employment number for females went up in 4 out of 6 sectors, and males in 3 out of 6 sectors. Moreover, in the areas of manufacturing and Wholesale & retail trade, the figures for both male and female remained constant. Furthermore, the number of the male who worked in the public sector (defence) actually decreased. In terms of communication sector, the number of women working in this areas increased marginally to 300000 in 1995, while the figure for men actually doubled, rising from 300000 to 600000 from 1975 to 1995. In contrast, in the Financial/banking area, the number of female employing increased substantially by 300000 from 100000 in 1975 to 400000 20 years later, whereas the figure for men rose only by 100000. During these 20 years, in the areas of Wholesale & retail trade and public sector, the changes were minimal with around 50000-110000, while the number of men who worked in the public sector (defence) actually fell by 50000 Conversely, the figures for both females and males remained unchanged in public sector (non-defence) (650000 and 850000 respectively) and Manufacturing (300000 and 70000 respectively).
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+7 # Samane 2016-07-31 01:33
The given line graphs depict the comparative employment scenario in Freedonia in 6 job sectors, from 1995 and 1975. As the graphs show, there was a remarkable change in 3 sectors- communication, banking and retail trades in terms of women empowerment.

In 1975, the number of women men employees in communication sector were a bit more than 200 and 250 respectively out of a thousand employees in different sectors. But in 1995 there was an outstanding growth in the number of women employees in this sector. The other visible change was in finance and banking sector. The growth rate of women employees was more than men in this sector. As it is showed in the graph, the number of women employees was around 150 but it reached to over 400 in 20 years. The third sector which also witnessed an outstanding change was retail store sector. The number of women employees increased around 300, although the number of men had not changed in this sector.

Sectors like manufacturing, defence and public sector were mostly occupied by men in both of the years.
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+3 # Muhammad 2016-07-27 12:46
The two charts depict the information about the gender involvement in six public sectors of the republic of Freedonia during 1975 and 1995. Overall, men had predominated throughout the survey in all six sectors except communication and wholesale trade where women's participation had slightly higher than the men.

The most striking change was in the communication sector, where the number of female staff rose significantly from about 260000 to above 560000 whereas the man's number remained at the same around 300000. Furthermore, the numbers of women in banking dramatically increased from about 175000 to 450000 in 1995 while men’s share remained unchanged. The third biggest participation of women was in the wholesale trade sector, which reached 700000 in 1995 from below 600000 in 1975, but the men shared slightly above this number. No changes can be seen in the manufacturing and the public non-defense during the survey. The public defence was the only department where the female participation slightly increased from approximately 20000 to 100000, in contrast, men number reduced by 25000 in 1995.
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+2 # Tokasa 2016-07-19 06:06
In the example given above, tips for writing task 1, the points are numbered. So does it mean we can number our points in the report writing?
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0 # IELTS Mentor 2016-07-19 07:03
No you should not use bullet points or numbers in your report writing. This was done to help you for your preparation. The numbered points are tips only, not sample answer.
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+3 # Mustafa 2016-07-05 17:54
Sir, the recommendation for word limit in task 1 is not more then 200 words. But in this essay you have crossed 200 words. Good sign or bad?
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-2 # Lady Shah 2016-06-21 21:41
I've just discovered this website! My IELTS test is in 3 days! Good luck to all future candidates!
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0 # Nas 2016-06-20 07:29
Hi! it's my first time. I have written writing task 1. Can you check it and give the score for my writing?
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-4 # Phuong Anh 2016-06-03 03:45
The two graphs provided compare the number of employees in Freedonia in 6 different sectors in 1975 and 1995 as well as the difference between the number of males and females in each area. Generally speaking, women engagement in the workforce of Freedonia was evidently smaller than that of men in almost every sector but they improved remarkably in some sectors in later years.

According to the given illustration, in 1975, all work fields recorded the lower number of female employees than male ones with the biggest inequality in Manufacturing and Finance/Banking areas with the difference of approximately 300 people out of 1000 employees. However, in 1995, women overtook men in several areas namely Communications and Wholesale & retail trade and reached a roughly equal number of men in Finance/Banking.

Turning to the comparison between the employment in each field, it is clear that Public sector (non-defence) had the highest number of employees in both 1975 and 1999 with around 850 out of 1000, followed by Wholesale & Retail trade and Manufacturing with 800 and 650 respectively. Finance/Banking and Public sector (defence) also remained their workforce of around 450 and 200 in each after 20 years, while Communication area observed an increase in its employment from 250 in 1975 to nearly 600 in 1995.

In short, during 20 years, the number of women in the workforce of Freedonia was smaller than that of men and Public sector (non-defence) claimed the highest number of employees in this country.
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0 # Smith 2016-05-29 09:05
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0 # Priya 2016-04-17 14:43
Hi all, please correct my introduction and tell commands: The line graphs compares the number of men and women labours, who worked in six different sectors of the Freedonia government in two different years (1975 and 1975).
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0 # Yeasmin Farhana 2016-10-12 08:21
The bar graph shows a comparison between the number of men and women employees in six different sectors of the republic of Freedonia in the two different years- 1975 and 1995, which are represented on a number scale.
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0 # Lare 2016-05-30 08:14
The given line graphs (plural) compare the number of men and women laborers, who worked in 6 different sectors in Freedoniain the 1975 and 1995.
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+3 # Priyanka 2016-04-17 12:47
Is there any way to access the writing tasks I am doing as practice? I am preparing for the test and need a score of 8. It would be great to know where I need improvement.
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0 # Anzal 2016-03-28 07:21
Hello, I've heard the word limit for Writing task 1 shouldn't cross above 150. But here and I've seen writings above the limit of 200. Please guide me with the actual word limit. Secondly, I've written for the first time Can you please check and report me with the errors and the appropriate score? Regards. Thank you!
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0 # Fred 2016-03-28 14:14
It should not be less than 150 words. You are free to write more than 150 words. However, our recommendation is that, your writing should not cross 180 words in most of the cases.
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0 # Arzu 2016-03-21 10:44
Hello it's my first time. I have written writing task 1. Can you check and say my score?
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0 # IELTS Mentor 2016-03-24 07:31
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0 # Ilias 2016-01-28 05:41
The participation of women in whole sale and retail trade has significantly improved in 1991 than 1975 in comparison to male. In fact women made best in this sector than men did.
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-1 # Ulzii 2015-09-29 21:34
Yeah, you're right. There shouldn't be a conclusion. Have to write an overview.
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0 # Sony 2015-08-20 07:26
Dear all, I am trying to improve my writing test band and targeting to get a 8. Please help advise me on what to prepare and practice.

I am looking for a variety of writing samples. Please kindly share via my e-mail above.

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+2 # Tuan Anh Nguyen 2015-07-23 21:44
I did this writing task in a wholly different approach. Can anybody give me any comment, please?

The two graphs compare the changes in the number of male and female workers in Freedonia in different sectors in 1975 and 1995. Overall, the number of both women and men working in manufacturing and non-defence communal sectors remained unchanged while the figures in other sectors experienced some alteration.

It can be seen from the graphs that in communications as well as in finance and banking , approximately 280 females and roughly 330 men working for the former and about 120 females and 440 males working for the latter in 1975. Interestingly, the figures nearly reserved for the same two sectors in 1995. It can also be noticed from the graphs that the gaps between women and men were very slightly different in wholesale and retail trade as well as in defence public sector in both 1975 and 1995 (about 170 more women than men and 80 more women than men respectively).

In spite of all changes above, the figures in the remaining sectors remained the same.
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0 # Vinay 2015-10-27 12:27
Hi, you can answer the question in several ways .. you just have to use good grammar and get the tenses right.. All the best .. :)
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0 # Jay 2015-07-04 11:18
Answer 1 (by candidates have several grammatical, spelling and vocabulary mistakes, for example, make progress, not 'do' it, + progress is uncountable.
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+4 # Nima 2015-07-01 04:43
The two given line graphs illustrate the number of employed people base on gender in 6 different job sectors namely: manufacturing, communications, finance/ banking, wholesale & retail trade, non-defence public sectors and defence public sectors in Freedonia, over 20 years period from 1975 until 1995.

As is observed from the provided illustration, initially in 1975 men were notably ahead of women in terms of employment. Following a slight rise for men in public sector (defence), women’s number reduced in this sector but in non-defence section both of male and female were fixed approximately.

In communication section, number of men was unchanged but number for women jumped rapidly to more than twice. Interestingly, in two jobs communications and wholesale and retail trade, men were busy more than women in 1975 but after 20 years this scenario changed significantly and number of employed female increased than male in 1995.

Finally, explanation and data presented in this graph show employment for women was increasing dramatically and did a remarkable progress in all field in this duration and in somewhere had been better than men.
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0 # Iraj 2016-01-10 16:03
I liked the way you enter and process the diagram.
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+8 # Anna Rakshit 2015-05-18 16:40
The two graphs represent the numbers of male and female workers during 1975 and 1995 in 6 specific employment sectors of the republic of Freedonia.

The first graph of 1975 depicts that in the manufacturing and finance/banking sector, the proportions of male employees are more compare to the female employees. However, the difference in the number is comparatively less in the sector of wholesale & retail trade, public sector (defence) and public sector (non-defence) except the communication, which has nearly the same number of both male and female employees. So it has been seen in the graph that, only the male employees are dominating in every sector. On the other hand, in 1995 the female employees are more in the communications and retail sector compare to male. Number of female has increase in almost every other sector compare to 1975. In the finance sector the number of female increased nearly 200 which is almost same as the male.

In conclusion, female employees are more engaged in employment in 1995 compare to 1975.
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-2 # archana 2015-04-23 10:18
I think Bhupender did well.
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0 # archana 2015-04-23 10:17
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0 # Mila 2015-04-14 22:53
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0 # Mila 2015-04-14 22:50
Answer 1 (by candidates have several grammatical, spelling and vocabulary mistakes, for example, make progress, not 'do' it, + progress is uncountable.
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+2 # Anoop Veliyath Asokan 2015-02-13 07:20
I have learned earlier that the writing task 1 does not need a conclusion, where it should be presented with an overview. Here in the samples, all the samples end with a conclusion. I am confused. Can you please clarify.
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+4 # Tara 2014-11-07 21:32
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