The three charts compare the quantity of university students in UK, the government expenditure on each students every year from 1997 to 2001 and the percentage of students by family earnings in 2001.

Overall, the number of university students increased whereas the spending on each of them decreased. In addition, most university students were from high income families.

Regarding the bar chart, in 1997, there were about 1.2 million students at university. The figure then rose progressively by about 1 million each year to reach the peak at about 1.9 million in 2000, before a slight fall at the end of the period . However , the line graph showed an opposite trend . The figure started at 600 pounds each student, then plummeted to bottom at around 150 pounds each and stayed stabilized from that time onwards.

Looking at the pie chart, the largest percentage of students was from high – income families, occupying 60 %. The figure for high- income category doubled the percentage of the medium- income one while only a trivial percentage was for low – income one, accounting for only 8 percent.

The three charts compare the quantity [ 1] number of university students in UK, the government expenditure on each [ 2] students student every year from 1997 to 2001, and the percentage of students by according to family earnings income in 2001.

Overall, the number of university students increased, whereas the spending on each of them amount spent per student decreased. In addition, most university students were from high-income families.

Regarding the bar chart, In 1997, there were about 1.2 million students at university in the UK. The figure then rose progressively by about 1 million each year to reach the peak at about 1.9 million in 2000, before a slight fall at the end of the period. [ 3] However, the line graph representing spending per student showed an opposite trend. The figure started at Initially, it was 600 pounds each per student, then but that plummeted to bottom out at around 150 pounds each and stayed at that level for the remainder of that period. stabilized from that time onwards.

Looking at the pie chart, the largest percentage of students was from [ 4] high-income families, occupying representing 60 %. The figure for high- income category doubled That was double the percentage of the students from medium-income one backgrounds, while only a mere 8% of university students in the UK were from low-income households. trivial percentage was for low – income one, accounting for only [ 5] 8 percent.

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[ 1]: We do not use “quantity” for people.

[ 2]: We use a singular noun with “each”.

[ 3]: We put a space after (not before) a punctuation mark.

[ 4]: We use a hyphen (not a dash) to hyphenate words, and we do not include spaces either side of the hyphen.

[ 5]: Be consistent. Use either numerals or text (not a mixture of both).

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This should be in the UK. The names of some states need the before them when used in a sentence. Other examples include the USA and the Czech Republic.

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