The chart below gives information about science qualifications held by people in two countries.

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



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The bar chart supplies information about the proportions of the science qualification which comprises four categories: master’s degree, bachelor’s degree, school leaving exams and no qualification in science of the two nations: Malaysia and Singapore.

Overall, the two countries have the same percentages of Master’ degree and the number of the Bachelor’s degree in Singapore is twice as Malaysia. In the two last ones, Malaysia has the higher rates.

First, the proportion of the Master’s degree in the two countries are approximately 3%, However, in the Bachelor’s degree, Malaysia just has about 10% when Singapore is doubled (about 20%).

Next, about the two less educating kinds of science qualification: School leaving exams and no qualification in science. Malaysia is higher in both. The percentages are approximately 35%,30% in Malaysia, Singapore respectively. Last, the number of the people who don’t have qualification in Singapore is approximately 60% and these people in Malaysia is higher than about 5%.


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The bar chart supplies information about the proportions of the science qualification (That is incorrect. The proportions are not science qualifications, but the people who hold them.) which comprises four categories: master’s degree, bachelor’s degree, school leaving exams and no qualification in science of the two nations: Malaysia and Singapore.


Suggestion:

The bar chart supplies information about the percentage of the population in two countries, Malaysia and Singapore, having one or more qualifications in science. Three types of qualification are shown: master’s degree, bachelor’s degree and school leaving exams. The chart also gives the percentage who have no science qualifications.


Overall, the two countries have the same percentages of those who have a Master’ degree but and the number of for a the Bachelor’s degree, it is twice as high in Singapore is twice as in Malaysia. In the last two categories two last ones, Malaysia has the higher values. rates. (There are no rates on the chart.)

First, the proportion of the Master’s degree in the two countries are approximately 3%, However, in the Bachelor’s degree, Malaysia just has about 10% when Singapore is doubled (about 20%).

Next, about the two less educating kinds of science qualification: (No qualification is not a kind of qualification.) School leaving exams and no qualification in science. Malaysia is higher in both. The percentages are approximately 35%,30% in Malaysia, Singapore respectively. Last, the number ( A number would be 2.5 million.) of the people who don’t have qualification in Singapore is approximately 60% and these people in Malaysia is higher than about 5%. (Note: 7% is higher than about 5%. Is that what the chart shows?)


Model sentences your might consider:

Relative to its population size, Malaysia has more people who have no qualifications in science than Singapore.

If a Malaysian has a Bachelor's degree, they are much more likely to pursue a Master's degree than a resident of Singapore. One third of the Malaysians who have a Bachelor's degree have their Master's degree. This compares with one-sixth of the college graduates in Singapore.

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