IELTS report about percentage of students giving good ratings for different aspects of a university

The table below shows the results of surveys in 2000, 2005 and 2010 about one university. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

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The given table shows the percentage of students who gave good ratings for five different aspects (teaching quality, print resources, electronic resources, range of modules and building/teaching facilities) of a university in the years 2000, 2005 and 2010.

Print resources received the highest ratings in all the three years. While in year 2000, 87% of students gave good ratings for print resources, their share increased marginally to 88% in year 2010. From the data given in the table it is safe to assume that the quality of electronic resources has increased over the years. While in year 2000, only 45% of the students gave good ratings for electronic resources, in 2010, 88% of them rated electronic devices positively. Buildings / teaching facilities received the same ratings in all the three years. Seventy-seven percent of students rated this aspect of the university positively in 2000, 2005 and 2010.

Another aspect that saw only a moderate improvement in ratings is the quality of teaching. In 2000, 65% of students gave good ratings for this aspect. Their share dropped to 63% in 2005 and then rose marginally to 69% in 2010. Meanwhile, the students’ satisfaction with the range of modules being offered seems to have declined. While in 2000, 32% of students gave good ratings for this aspect, their share dropped to 30% in 2005 and to 27% and 2010.

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