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The pie charts compare ways of accessing the news in Canada and Australia.

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

Write at least 150 words.


The pie charts indicate the frequency at which people make use of different mediums to access the news in Canada and Australia. The data included five major ways: TV, radio, print, online and not specified, measured in percentage.

In general, accessing the news via Online and TV was the most prevalent methods used by the population of both nations. The reverse, however, was true for Print and Radio. This is explicitly captured in the charts, with more than three-fourth of Canadian utilized TV and the Internet to obtain information, compared to roughly 90% of Australian doing the same.

By contrast, the percentage of people using Print and Radio in Canada to get hold of the news was 21%, with the former doubled the latter. At the same time, only 9% of Australian use the same means.

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PhandktThe pie charts compare ways of accessing the news in Canada and Australia.

That is not a very good task. It does not tell you if the numbers are frequency of access, (100 being counts of all accesses), primary means of access from a survey (100 being all people), or something else. If you cannot determine the basis on which the percentages are calculated, then do not use this as a practice exam. It is defective.

For practice, you can rewrite the instructions or give an explanation in the opening paragraph.

For example,

1.  The two pie charts show the relative frequency that a particular media type was accessed when Australians and  Canadians access a news source. Four types are shown: TV, radio, print and online.

2. The two pie charts, one for Canadians and the other for Australians, compare their preferences for the primary way in which they get the news. Four sources of news are shown: TV, radio, print and online.

Whichever you choose, you must be consistent. Do not mix both interpretations up in the same essay.

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You wrote less than 150 words. That is the minimum. You will lose points.


The (how many?) pie charts indicate the frequency at which people make use of different mediums (Wrong expression. ) to access different sources for the news in Canada and Australia. The data (wrong word) included (wrong word. "Include" means that your list is not complete.) five (actually there are only four. "Not specified" is not a means.) sources are major ways: TV, radio, print, online and not specified. (On pie charts, the units are invariably percentages. Sometimes the actual data values are given, but that is not the case here.) , measured in percentage.

In general, accessing the news via Online and TV was the most frequent means prevalent methods used by the population of both nations. The reverse, however, was true for Print and Radio. This is explicitly captured in the charts, (That is extraneous verbiage. It has no information. The examiner knows you are talking about these charts.) with more than three-fourth (wrong form) of Canadian (You have switched from frequency to percentage of the population. You have to be consistent, one you decide what the percentage is based on.) (wrong form) utilized TV and the Internet to obtain information, compared to roughly 90% of Australian doing the same. (You have mixed up the "main features" with the details. That is not good. Read my advice for Task 1 essays.)

By contrast, the percentage of people (I it frequency, or percentage of people?) using Print and Radio in Canada to get hold of the news was 21%, with the former (Do not use "former" and "latter" it is confusing) doubled (wrong form) the latter. At the same time, (There is no time specified.) only 9% of Australian use the same means.

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