IELTS graph 245 - What important aspects internship students have learned
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IELTS Academic Writing Task 1/ Graph Writing - Pie Chart:
» You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.
The graph below shows a survey result of 4000 participants who expressed what important aspects they have learned from the internship they have completed.
Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.
Write at least 150 words.
What participants think they have learned the most from their internship experience?
The pie chart gives data on the most important aspects that candidates have learned from their internship, according to a survey which considered 4000 candidates opinion. Generally speaking, practical knowledge, skill development, understanding industry, work environment and planning for the future career are the most important perspectives those candidates have learned.
Getting back to details, 15% candidates expressed their opinion that the most significant lesson they have learned from their internship experience was practical knowledge while 7% thought real work experience was the most necessary lesson for them. The second highest ratio of these candidates opined that they have developed their communication skills and this was the best knowledge they have gained from the internship. One out of ten thought that understanding industry was the most beneficial thing they learned. Moreover, time management, work operation and planning for future career each was picked by 7% internship students as their most valuable knowledge from their internship activity. Comparative a small ratio of those candidates picked teamwork and work environment, 3% and 4% respectively, to be their greatest lesson. Just over one fourth of those four thousand survey participants expressed other aspects that they learned to be most important.
Overall, the highest percentage of participants expressed that practical knowledge and communication skills are the most important aspects they have gained from their internship. In contrast, the least percentage of participants recognized teamwork and work environment as skillset they have learned.
Different factors that are not specifically mentioned in the chart comprise the most striking segment of the chart at more than a quarter. Meanwhile, 15% of the candidates regarded practical knowledge as the most valuable lesson from their internship. It was followed by communication skills and understanding industry, with 14% and 10%, respectively. Interestingly, the portion of the candidates who believed planning a future career path, work operation, time management, and real work experience as important factors had the same rate at 7%.
Of all the aspects that were learned during the internship, participants expressed their opinion that the least essential were teamwork and work environment. A small minority of just 3% for the former and 4% for the latter assumed that these features were relevant.