2017年7月29日雅思写作考试机经预测及解析2017-08-08 11:44 来源：网络综合
The four charts below show the class size of four states in Australia.
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The pie charts compare the class capacity in four Australian states, including Australian Capital Territory, Western Australia, New South Wales, and South Australia.
Evidently, classes with more than 30 students bottom the four charts consistently with the proportion of below 5 percent in all four states. For Australian Capital Territory and Western Australia, the class size of 21-25 students ranks the first with 51% for the former and 42% for the latter while the combined proportion for another two types, namely classes with 20 students or less and classes composed of 26 to 30 students, is nearly half of both charts. However, as to New South Wales, the class capacity of 20 students or below takes up the largest percentage, constituting 38%, followed by classes with 21-25 students (32%) and classes with 26-30 students (26%). Finally, in terms of South Australia, the percentage of classes with 26-30 students and classes consisting of 20 students or fewer is similar, reaching both around 35 %, which is the larger two parts in the chart. As regards classes with 21-25 students, the percentage is just following the first two at 27%.
Overall, all the four states demonstrate a differing composition for the class capacity but the type with the lowest percentage is always the same.