Ielts Sample Writing Task: Line and Pie Graphs

Tue, Feb 22, 2011, by Aresh M.


Line and pie graphs may be combined in the actual IELTS examination for one to summarize and make comparisons with. This article presents an idea on how to write an essay about the said two pie graphs.

                The line graph presents the approximate number of people online globally from 1995 to 2002 as expressed in millions. On the other hand, the pie graph depicts the consumers of the Internet in 2003 in 5 different places as expressed in percentage.

                As seen in the line graph, it is evident that there was an increment in the number of online users all throughout the period. In 1995 to 1997, a gradual increase, from 26 million figures tripled to approximately 76 million, was noticeable among Internet browsers. Moreover, the figures rose to 195 million in 1995. A year after, a dramatic increase of 451 million was evident. In addition, the estimated number of people availing the Internet soared to 580 million in 2002.

                In the pie chart, it can be noted that a behemoth proportion of 53% was taken by US and Canada. Europe, Asia, and South America trailed behind with 24%, 15%, and 6% of Internet users respectively. Moreover, Africa and Middle East took the backseat both having 1% of online browsers.

                In conclusion, the estimated population of Internet users rose across the 8-year period especially in the opening of the 21st century. Furthermore, U.S.A. and Canada had the greatest number of online browsers in 2003.

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