Repeated Describe Image With Answers (Bar Graph) – Must Practice

Repeated Describe Image With Answers (Bar Graph) – In this post, we have covered Describe Image, particularly Bar Graph questions which have time and again come in PTE Exam.

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Describe Image Question Bank

1. Look at the image below and describe it in 40 seconds.

The bar charts illustrate unemployment rate and average weekly earnings by education attainment in 2016. The workers who a doctoral degree had the lowest unemployment rate of 1.6% as compared to workers who have less education than a high school diploma had the highest unemployment rate of 7.4%. The later had the lowest median weekly earnings ($504) in 2016 among those at all education levels.

2. Look at the picture below and describe it in 40 seconds.

The image shows a bar graph that accounts of households with access to the internet in the UK from 2006 to 2009, in percentages. In 2009, 70% of households in the UK had an internet connection. This was up from 58% in 2006, 61% in 2007 and 65% in 2008. It shows a steady growth of 12% in the time period of 3 years.

3. Look at the picture below and describe it in 40 seconds.

The bar chart compares the household ownership of consumer goods in 2008 and 2013, measured in percentage. In 2008, 76% of Georgia homes had a Color TV and this increased to 91% in 2013. The majority of homes have a colour tv, a refrigerator and cell phone in 2013. Overall it can be seen that more families had electronic devices in 2013 than in 2008. To conclude, as people got richer, they afforded more home appliances in 2013 than in 2008.

4. Look at the picture below and describe it in 40 seconds.

The provided bar graph compares the fertility rates of women in 6 different Gulf countries between 1990 and 2000. The data shows a decline in the fertility rate over the decade in all the countries. The women in Oman and Saudi Arabia had the highest fertility rates during both of the years than the women in other four countries. Oman had the largest number of childbirths per thousand woman, which was 7 in 1990 and just above 5 in 2000. To summarize, there were major decreases in birth rates in all the Gulf countries.

5. Look at the picture below and describe it in 40 seconds.

This graph shows the poverty rate in the United States among all people in 2012 by age and gender. As is evident in the bar graph, the individuals under 18 yrs of age were living below the poverty line and it constitutes approx 22% women and 21% men. In comparison to it, only 11% women and & 6.6% men aged 65 and older were living below the poverty line in 2012.

6. Look at the picture below and describe it in 40 seconds.

The graphic demonstrates the change in the success rate for Canada from 1999 to 2002. The students in 2002 performed brilliantly, with a success rate of 87.5%. The success rate in Canada has been steadily increasing over the last three years and is now 21.5% higher than in 1999.

7. Look at the picture below and describe it in 40 seconds.

The bar chart compares contribution of UK’s two major industrial sectors, IT and Service industry to its GDP from 1992 to 2000, as a percentage of total GDP. At the beginning of the period, in 1992, IT and Service industry accounted for 6% and 4% resp. which increased quite sharply to 15% for IT and decent 8% for Service industry in 2000. At the end of the period, the percentage of GDP from IT was almost twice that of the Service Industry.

8. Look at the picture below and describe it in 40 seconds.

A population pyramid illustrates the age and sex structure of Australia in 2016. The population is distributed along the horizontal axis, with males shown on the left and females on the right. The graph displays male and female populations with the youngest age groups at the bottom and the oldest at the top. Most of the population is concentrated in the age group of 25-45 in both sections.

10. Look at the picture below and describe it in 40 seconds.

The chart shows the challenges people face when they settle in a new country and how the challenges vary according to people’s ages. For the person aged between 18-34, making friends is the most challenging aspect, accounting to 46%. However, this percentage decreases with the increase in age. 54% of the people over 55 finds learning the local language the biggest obstacle when settling. To summarize, all age groups experience the same problems to some extent.

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  • hello All,

    I took the exam on 13th Mar 2018 and passed with a score of 7.This site helped me a lot as couple of questions came from the repeated questions section which saved so much of time.

    Thanks a lot admin.You guys rock.

    Here are the questions i have got and hope it will be helpful for others

    Describe image
    a)Compare the flags of UAE and Jordan.
    b)Unemployment rate and earning bar graph.

    Short answer questions
    a)Whats that separates two countries (border)
    b)A picture was shown where a gentleman was showing some thing to a boy(question was whats the gentleman in the picture is doing)
    c)Dragon, Unicorn, Butterfly , (one more ) which one is odd amongst the group.

    a)Got only one Essay (describe a recent invention which you believe that turned to be either beneficial or negatively impacting the society ) i written about Internet

    Summarize the paragrapgh

    a)Parent’s Born Oder Affect Their Parenting
    b) Tree-Ring Dating

  • The pyramid elucidates the population of Australia in 2016 by age and gender. The young is at the bottom and the old at the top. Most of the population is concentrated on the age from 25 to 45 years. By looking at the last four top age groups on can denote that life expectance of females in Australia is higher than that of males.

  • Describe images that I got in today’s exam are:

    -Lichfield economy bar diagram
    -Bar and line graph showing temperature and Celsius
    -Internet and computer users in Australia in %
    -Pie chart about greenhouse energy used in household use

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