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Expressions of percentages

A. nearly half; B. the vast majority; C. a small minority; D. three quarters; E. just under a third; F. roughly one in four

85%, 75%, 46%, 31%, 24%, 15%

Sentences for comparison

Overall, more students sat examinations in science-related subjects than in arts-related subjects.

Overall, students who sat examinations in science-related subjects outnumbered those in arts-related subjects.

A higher percentage of students gained top marks in Mathematics than in Chemistry.

Science-related subjects were more popular than arts-related subjects.

The most popular subject was Mathematics. The highest percentage of students gaining top marks was in Mathematics.

Art and design was nearly as popular as Chemistry.

The percentage of top marks was quite high in subjects such as Mathematics, which are low in subjects such as HFT, which are commonly regarded as ‘soft’.

Whereas 45 per cent of Mathematics candidates gained top marks, only 12 per cent of Media, Film and Television candidates gained top marks.

Similar numbers of students sat examinations in Art and Design and in Chemistry.

Sixteen per cent of students gained top marks in both Physical Education and Computing.

The graph compares the percentage of international and the percentage of UK students gaining second class degrees or better at a major UK university. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features.

The bar chart shows the percentage of home and international students in the UK achieving at least a second class degree in eight subjects in 2009.

For the UK students, over half of the degrees awarded were second class or better. The largest percentage of good passes was in Art History and Sociology (80 per cent), followed by… () whereas the lowest was in Information Technology (55 per cent).

For international students, the rates were similarly high, though figures for individual subjects differed. In Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, four out of five degrees awarded to students from abroad were second class or better (versus fewer than two out of three for home students). However, the percentage gaining good degrees in subjects such as English Literature (55 per cent) and Law (50 per cent) was lower than the corresponding rate for home students (roughly 70 per cent).

In brief, the chart shows that home students tended to do better in Arts and Social Science-related subjects, whereas/ while international students tended to do better in technology related subjects.

; on the other hand

…occupies/ accounts for the majority of A (%). % of A is shared by/ is in the charge of …

… and … are responsible for / in charge of the rest, with % and % respectively.

What is also worth mentioning that ….


How to include numbers?

A (11%)…

A, which is/ which stands at…

A, with/ at …

A, comprising/ consisting of …

The graph shows the distribution of … in terms of…

The graph shows the distribution of gender in terms of the amount of the consumption of daily items.

Ove rall it could be concluded that…