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The bar chart shows the percentage of women who went to college after secondary school in the years 1970 and 2005. The data are given for five different countries: which are the UK, the USA, Canada, Japan, and Germany.


Overall, the percentage increased for all countries between 1970 and 2005 except Canada, which where there was proportion had no change. The deviation between the percentages was very higher (very higher is not grammatical) in 1970 and the numbers came very close in 2005.


In 1970, Canada ranked first with 60% and Germany and the USA placed second and third. Japan had the lowest percentage among the countries (20%). 35 Thirty-five (Never begin a sentence with a digit.) years later, although the order of the countries in the ranking changed, Canada and Japan remained in the highest and lowest places (60% vs 40%). In 2005, the UK had the same proportion as Canada followed by the USA and Germany. The percentage for Japan had a significant increase in the percentage (100%) between the two years.

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The chart gives information on the percentage of women going into higher education in five countries for the years 1970 and 2005.