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Title
Introduction
Overview
Analysis
Conclusion
Student Enrolment of Four Universities in 2015
The figure/graph shows the student enrolment of four
universities ( 2015 ).
Generally, the are differences between the percentage of
students enrolment for undergraduates and postgraduates in
four universities (2015)
 University D has the highest percentage of
undergraduate enrolment ( 90% ).
 University A has the lowest percentage of
undergraduates enrolment ( 10%).
 The highest percentage for postgraduates enrolment
is in University A ( 90% ).
 The lowest percentage for undergraduates enrolment
is in University D ( 10%).
 University B undergraduates enrolment( 35 %) is
lower than University C ( 65 %).
 University A postgraduates enrolment ( 90%) is
higher than University C ( 35 % ).
 The postgraduates enrolment for University C ( 65 % )
is higher than University D ( 10% )
 In University C the enrolment for postgraduates
( 35% ) is lower than undergraduates ( 65 % ).
 University D has higher enrolment for undergraduates
( 90% ) compare to postgraduates ( 10 % ).
 University C has the second highest of
undergraduates enrolment ( 65 % ).
 University B has the second lowest of
undergraduates enrolment ( 35 % )
In conclusion, the percentages of postgraduates and
undergraduates enrolment in four universities have no
similarity.
Student Enrolment of Four Universities in 2015
The figure shows the student enrolment of four universities
(2015). Generally, the are differences between the percentage of
students enrolment for undergraduates and postgraduates in four
universities (2015)
University A postgraduates enrolment ( 90%) is higher than
University C ( 35 % ).The postgraduates enrolment for University C ( 65
% ) is higher than University D ( 10% ).In University C the enrolment for
postgraduates ( 35% ) is lower than undergraduates ( 65 % ).University
D has higher enrolment for undergraduates ( 90% ) compare to
postgraduates ( 10 % ).University C has the second highest of
undergraduates enrolment ( 65 % ).University B has the second lowest
of undergraduates enrolment ( 35 % )
In conclusion, the percentages of postgraduates and
undergraduates enrolment in four universities have no similarity.
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Title
Introduction
Overview
Analysis
Synthesis
conclusion
The Student enrolment and Factors Influencing Students
Enrolment in four Universities ( 2015 )
The figures show student enrolment and the factors
influencing student enrolment ( 2015 )
 Generally, there are correlation between the student
enrolment and factors influencing student enrolment
in four Universities.
 University A has the lowest percentage of
undergraduates enrolment ( 10% )
 The lowest percentage for undergraduates enrolment
is in University D.
 University C has the second highest of
undergraduates enrolment ( 65 % )
 The postgraduates enrolment for University C ( 65 % )
is higher than undergraduates ( 65 % ).
 The lowest percentages for undergraduates
enrolment is in University C ( 65 % ).
 University B has the second highest percentage of
postgraduates ( 65% ) and it offered scholarship for
 University A has the most factors ( 4 ) and it has the
highest percentage of postgraduates enrolment
( 90 % ).
 University D has the highest percentage for
undergraduates enrolment ( 90 % ) and it has 3
factors.
In conclusion, the factors influencing student enrolment
correlated to the student enrolment in four universities
( 2015 )
The Student enrolment and Factors Influencing Students Enrolment in four
Universities ( 2015 )
The figures show student enrolment and the factors influencing student
enrolment ( 2015 ). Generally, there are correlation between the student
enrolment and factors influencing student enrolment in four Universities.
University A has the lowest percentage of undergraduate enrolment (10%).
The lowest percentage for undergraduates enrolment is in University D.
University C has the second highest of undergraduates enrolment ( 65 % )
The postgraduates enrolment for University C ( 65 % ) is higher than
undergraduates ( 65 % ). The lowest percentages for undergraduates enrolment
is in University C ( 65 % ). University B has the second highest percentage of
postgraduates ( 65% ) and it offered scholarship for postgraduates.
University A has the most factors ( 4 ) and it has the highest percentage of
postgraduates enrolment ( 90 % ). University D has the highest percentage for
undergraduates enrolment ( 90 % ) and it has 3 factors.
In conclusion, the factors influencing student enrolment correlated to the
student enrolment in four universities ( 2015 )
GRAPHIC B1
Title
Introduction
Overview
Analysis
Conclusion
The Activities During Free Time by Secondary School Student
and University Students Daily in 2014
The figures show activities during free time by secondary
school students and university students daily ( 2014 ).
Generally, the activities during free time by secondary
students and university students daily (2014 ) are different
 Attend tuition class is the most amount time spent by
secondary school students ( 150 minutes ).
 Secondary school students spent the least amount of
time help parents ( 10 minutes )
 Secondary school students spent more amount of time
do homework ( 120 minutes ) compare to play games (
20 minutes ).
 University students spend the least amount of time
take a nap ( 20 minutes ).
 Surf internet ( 150 minutes ) is the most amount of
time spent by university students.
 The second most amount of time spent by university
students is carry out group discussion ( 120 minutes ).
 University students spent less amount of time consult
lecturer ( 30 minutes ) compare to do assignment ( 40
minutes )
In conclusion, there are differences between the activities
during free time by secondary students and university
students ( 2014 ).
GRAPHIC B2
Title
Introduction
Overview
Analysis
Conclusion
Students’ Rating of benefits Gained by engaging infree time
Activities
The figure shows students’ rating of benefits gained by
engaging in free time activities.
Generally, rating of benefit gained by engaging in free time
activities differ between secondary school students and
university students.
 The most significant benefit gained by secondary
students are obtain better grade.
 Fulfill responsibility is the least significant benefit
gained by secondary students.
 Have better understanding is the second most
significant benefit gained by secondary school
students.
 The second least significant benefit gained by
secondary school students are have a healthy body.
 University students most significant benefit gained is
be more updated.
 The least significant benefit gained by university
students is have a healthy body.
 Obtain better grade is the third least significant
benefit gained by university students.
 Both secondary students and university students
rated second most significant for have better
understanding.
In conclusion, secondary school students and university
students have different rating for benefit gained by engaging
in free time activities.
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