IELTS Academic Task 1: Scores of Three Teams.

The bar chart shows the scores of teams A, B, and C over four different seasons.

Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.

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20 minutes, 150 words.

Answer:

The given bar chart presents data on points scored by three teams during four different seasons. (introductory statement)

Overall, team A was the highest scorer in all four seasons whereas team A scored the minimum points during 2002 and 2003, while team B scored the least in 2004 and 2005.

Evidently, team B scored 82 points, the maximum during the four seasons, during 2002 followed by 60 points in 2003. While the score decreased further to 42 in 2004, it increased to 55 in 2005.

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Team A scored only 5 points in 2002. Its score dramatically increased to 35 in 2004 before falling significantly to just 8 points in 2005. The gap between team A’s and team B’s scores was just 7 points in 2004.

Team C, on the other hand, increased its score gradually from 2002 to 2003. Thereafter, its points gradually fell during 2004 and 2005.

146 words.

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7 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    The bar graph compares the scores of three teams A, B and C in between 2002 and 2005 year.

    Overall, team B scores was comparatively higher than other team throughout the period. Similarly, team A performance on 2002 was lowest while team C on 2005.

    Initially in 2002, team B scored 82 points which was 8 times more than team A and C. That score was also the highest score of given 4 years. Team C had scored just 10 points while 5 for team A.

    Similarly in 2003, the figure of all team were quite similar to 2002 but the performance of team C decreased to 60 points and other team scores rose by 5 in each team.

    In case of 2004, team C score continuously decreased and remained at 42 points but team A dramatically climbed and reached close to A with 35 score point.

    With regards in 2005, team B performance maintained so score suddenly increased and remained at 55 but for other remaining team score was 8 and 5 for team A and C respectively.

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  2. ynaaaah

    The graph illustrates score data of three teams in four consecutive years (2002, 2003, 2004 and 2005).

    Overall, it is clear that Team B has the highest scores in all years, whereas, Team C has the lowest in recent years.

    In detail, Team B reached its highest score in the first year with 82 points of the total. However, it dropped up to just 42 points after two years before ended to 55 points in 2005.

    In regards with the two losing teams, Team C started only with a very low number in 2002. It slightly rised by five points after a year and continued to fall in 2005 with a very insignificant number. While a significant change can be seen in Team A when it increased its score in 2004 by 24, it also dropped amd ended with just a score of 8 in the last year.

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