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IELTS Writing Test 93

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Task 1: The chart below shows the annual number of rentals and sales (in various formats) of films from a particular store between 2002 and 2011.

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

Write at least 150 words.




Task 2: Some people say that the government should decide what subjects a student can study, while others believe the students should decide what they want to study. Discuss both views and give your opinion. 18. Fewer and fewer young people are choosing to become teachers. Why do young people not want to be teachers? How this could be changed?

Write at least 250 words.

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5 responses to “IELTS Writing Test 93”

  1. Akna says:

    the pie chart gives information about the number of people who purchased or take rent for film equipments from a specific store. the data is recorded for nine years from 2001 to 2011
    in the first half of the chart rental was popular however, in the second half the sale of blu-ray was trending.
    initially in 2002 under 2 lacs people took rent for film equipments however, in the next years the number slowly and steadily decreased and plunged to over half a million in the final year.
    the sales of blu-ray was only under 50,000 but it increased rapidly and reached to Peak of two lakhs in 2007 before experienced a slight downfall and reached to under 2 lacs.
    in 2002 the sales of VHS was around 75,000 but plunged to around 10,000 in 2005 and recorded almost nill in further years. whereas, the sale of DVD was remade under half a million thought the given period.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      It is not a pie chart it is a bar graph. In the first line you have made a blunder so you have restricted your score by giving the impression that you do not know the difference between basic graphs. ‘or take rent for film equipments’ or took different types of movie media on rent. 2 lacs is not international standard so use 200,000. The international standards are million and billion. You need to work on your basic sentence structure first.

  2. Jithin Kuriakose says:

    Nowadays, students have variety of career opportunities and they make choices as they grew up. Some people believe that this is a good trend and the rest think, Governments should be stringent on deciding what students to study. Firstly, this essay will discuss, why Government should design courses and secondly, what happens if students make more choices.
    On the one hand, it can be seen that only Governments can design curriculum scientifically based on current and future social needs. Also, a syllabus should be composed with not only core areas, but also other pervasive subjects which helps students to think about its applications on the society. It is also worth pointing out that, only a well-designed education system can address the requirements of the present job market. In a recent survey conducted by “Naukri.com”, certain employers found out some graduates not employable because of the electives subjects they have choose during their course were not relevant to the company needs.
    On the other hand, it is commonly agreed that students are the one who actually bear the load of a course and they should have the full right to decide what subjects they should learn. This helps them to focus on their interested subject and build a good career as well as contribute to the society. Another significant advantage of this kind of a system is that, it helps students to learn making decisions and to explore more on their field of study. In a recent survey conducted in University of Calicut, more than half of the students demanded for more electives in their course.
    In summary, a Government’s stake is not only on individuals but also on social development which is very important. In my opinion, Government authorities such as Universities and education councils should design courses and syllabi and student should only allowed to chose those courses based on their interest.
    In conclusion, education plays a significant role in moulding the future. Therefore, Governments should design the curriculum carefully and it is also important to keep it updated to meet the latest employment needs.

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