View an IELTS Writing Task 1 sample of a pie chart with model answer.
IELTS Writing Task 1: Pie Chart Model Score 9
Hi I can write that or not in Iles exam
The two pie charts compare of the comparison
across different of energy production in franch in the years 1995 and 2005 .for five of sectors ,it is evident of this time frame there was significant change in their proportion of comparison of energy production transaction
I am not sure yet about writing acadamice task1,Pie chart.
Grammar and vocabulary
You will receive a higher mark if your writing uses a range of structures and vocabulary correctly rather than a limited number.
Pie charts generally show figures in percentages and your language in writing the report should reflect this. You will talk about ‘the percentage of graduates’ or the ‘proportion of people who completed secondary school’.
Make sure that you are confident with comparatives and superlatives used to compare and contrast and the language used to describe pie charts.
Here's my full essay for the pie charts in last week's lesson
You will be given one or more pie charts. You task is to describe the information given in the graph by writing a 150 word report. You are not asked to give your opinion. You should spend around 20 minutes on the task.
IELTS Writing Task 1: Two Pie Charts with a Table.
I’m not sure what you are referring to. All IELTS pie charts give the percentages or the units sepcifically and students must use what is written on the paper. Any deviation from figures printed on their task sheet will result in lower marks. This is a simple English language test.
How to compare two pie charts in IELTS writing task 1
Question 1: 10% is not a great change at all. If you look at the general layout of the pie charts, there is almost no change. There are only slight changes. Had one source of energy grown by 25% or 50%, then we could not have written that. Remember that this is an overview which looks at main trends rather than smaller detail.
Question 2: The topic sentence of BP1 shows that this is about energy production. It is not necessary to repeat this in every sentence which follows. As long as the topic sentence is clear and contains all information, you don’t need so much subsequent repetition.