Graph Writing

If you take an Academic IELTS, you will be required to write a report based on a graph in your Writing Task 1. This is known as report writing and some candidates prefer to call it 'Graph Writing'. You need to write at least 150 words and summarise the main features.
Title Modified Date
IELTS graph 267 - Growth in the population in largest cities 27 February 2019
IELTS graph 262 - Number of hours each teacher spent teaching 25 March 2019
IELTS graph 249 - Percentage of female employees in three job sectors 24 October 2019
IELTS graph 294 - Causes of poor learning outcomes in schools in 2011 04 February 2020
IELTS graph 300 - Consumption of three spreads from 1981 to 2007 23 March 2020
IELTS graph 286 - Average monthly temperatures in three cities 23 March 2020
IELTS graph 303 - Coffee production, coffee consumption and the profit distribution 23 March 2020
IELTS graph 290 - Home activities among young children in four countries 03 April 2020
Graph Writing # 7 - Underground Station Passenger Numbers in London 16 July 2020
Graph Writing # 13 - Social and economic indicators for four countries 16 July 2020
Graph Writing # 38 - Proportion of families living in poverty in Australia 18 July 2020
Graph Writing # 45 - CO2 emissions for different transport in the European Union 20 July 2020
Graph Writing # 78 - The map shows two possible sites for the supermarket 26 July 2020
Graph Writing # 82 - Differences in wheat exports over three different areas 28 July 2020
Graph Writing # 87 - Chorleywood is a village near London whose population has increased steadily 28 July 2020
Graph Writing # 89 - The graph shows the unemployment rates in the US and Japan 28 July 2020
Graph Writing # 97 - Consumption of fish and meat in a European country 28 July 2020
Graph Writing # 81 - The two graphs show the main sources of energy in the USA 17 August 2020
Graph Writing # 136 - Historical oil prices per barrel from 1973 to 2009 17 August 2020
Graph Writing # 137 - The map shows changes in an American town 17 August 2020