Pie chart

A pie chart is a circular statistical graphic, which is divided into slices to illustrate the numerical proportion of the data that it represents. It is a common graph type of the IELTS Academic Writing Task 1. The question can contain one or more pie charts and the test-takers need to write at least 150 words based on the data of the chart(s).
Title Modified Date
IELTS graph 238 - Online shopping sales for retail sectors in Australia 03 October 2017
IELTS graph 278 - Number and types of books that were borrowed 13 November 2017
IELTS graph 292 - Result of a survey of children's activities 03 December 2017
IELTS graph 287 - Employment patterns in Great Britain in 1992 04 December 2017
IELTS graph 251 - Online sales for retail sectors in New Zealand 21 January 2018
IELTS graph 315 - Members in Miami and Florida health club 06 February 2018
IELTS graph 312 - How people in a European city reached their office and got back home 07 February 2018
IELTS graph 270 - How much money is spent in the budget by the UAE 31 July 2019
IELTS graph 294 - Causes of poor learning outcomes in schools in 2011 04 February 2020
IELTS graph 303 - Coffee production, coffee consumption and the profit distribution 23 March 2020
Graph Writing # 21 - Information about sales and share prices for Coca-Cola 18 July 2020
Graph Writing # 29 - Food budget average Australian family spent on restaurant 18 July 2020
Graph Writing # 31 - Expenses in 7 different categories in 1966 and 1996 by American Citizens 18 July 2020
Graph Writing # 40 - Experimental flu vaccine in a large country town on females 18 July 2020
Graph Writing # 42 - Highest level of education of women in someland in 1945 and 1995 20 July 2020
Graph Writing # 44 - Food budget average family spent on restaurant meals 20 July 2020
Graph Writing # 45 - CO2 emissions for different transport in the European Union 20 July 2020
Graph Writing # 58 - Information on UAE government spending in 2000 20 July 2020
Graph Writing # 66 - Consumption of food in 2008 in China and India 26 July 2020
Graph Writing # 65 - Changes in spending habits of UK people 26 July 2020