Pie-Charts 1: Student Grades
Proportion of students
The chart shows the grades obtained by students in a class. Overall almost 90% of the students
More than half of the students obtained a very good grade, with 21% getting a distinction and 33%
getting a merit grade. Only 8% of the students failed.
Pie-Charts 2: Moving House
The chart shows the reasons given by people who were asked in a survey about why they moved
house. Write a short description of the pie-chart.
The graph describes the reasons for moving house. Overall, people move for personal reasons.
More than one third/ (34%) move due to divorce or marriage. The second reason is to look for a
bigger or smaller house. Almost 20% of people moved for this reason. The other reasons for moves
are job-related (12%) and to move to a better area (9%). Finally, other reasons account for 26% of
In conclusion, people move for a variety of reasons, but bigger houses and personal reasons are the
Pie-Charts 3: World Population 2001
The chart shows the population of different regions of the world in 2001. Write a short description of
Second respectively Oceania’s making up Overall
The pie-chart gives population [?] for different [?] of the world. [?], the [?] of the world's
people live in Asia and Africa.
The [?] regions of the world in terms of population are Asia, Africa, and Europe. Asia has [?]
60% of the world’s people, [?] 3712 million. The [?] biggest area is Africa. It [?] 813 million,
less than one- [?] the size of Asia’s population.
Together, Europe, North and South America, and Oceania [?] just over quarter of the world’s
population. Europe has 726 million, while North and South America account for 525 and 317
[?]. Finally, [?] tiny population makes up less than one percent of the world total