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
Graph Writing # 167 - The table shows sales made by a coffee shop 25 August 2020
Graph Writing # 170 - Why students are learning a foreign language 25 August 2020
Graph Writing # 183 - Results of a survey of a new shopping complex in Auckland, New Zealand 26 August 2020
IELTS graph writing # 203 - Salaries earned by people with different levels of education 26 August 2020
IELTS graph 232 - Workforce profile at the top management jobs in South Africa 26 August 2020
IELTS graph 294 - Causes of poor learning outcomes in schools in 2011 13 March 2021
Graph Writing # 145 - Village of Stokeford in 1930 and 2010 04 April 2021
Graph Writing # 104 - Ages of the populations of Yemen and Italy In 2000 and projections for 2050 27 December 2021
Graph Writing # 182 - Pupils attending four secondary school 20 January 2022
Graph Writing # 191 - Average daily minimum and maximum levels of two air pollutants 20 January 2022
IELTS graph 318 - Average percentages in typical meals of three types of nutrients 22 March 2022
IELTS graph 321 - A public park in 1920 and today 02 May 2022
IELTS graph 322 - Changes in ownership of electrical appliances 02 May 2022
IELTS graph 322 - Manufacturing process for making sugar from sugar cane 02 May 2022
IELTS graph 323 - The site of an airport now and after redevelopment 02 May 2022
IELTS graph 324 - The process for recycling plastic bottles 03 May 2022
IELTS graph 267 - Growth in the population in largest cities 04 May 2022
Graph Writing # 87 - Chorleywood is a village near London whose population has increased steadily 07 May 2022
Graph Writing # 12 - Consumer durables owned in Britain from 1972 to 1983 15 May 2022