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[saralee2] Writing Practice Test 369318

Task 1

You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.

The table below shows social and economic indicators for four countries in 1994, according to United Nations statistics.

Describe the information shown below in your own words. What implications do the indicators have for the countries?

You should write at least 150 words.

Writing task 1

The table introduces the criteria to examine the four countries (Canada, Japan, Peru and Zaire) on behalf of the social and economic situations in 1994. The data were organized according to United Nations statistics.

Overall, Japan ranks the highest among annual income, life expectancy at birth and adult literacy rate, except the daily calories consumption. While the lowest goes to Zaire in the four different criteria, which depicted the situation of an underdeveloped country.

Going into more detail, Canada has very similar data to japan, but lower, in different indicators. While only the daily calorie supply per person in Canada is 3326, which is higher than 2864 in Japan; and the adult literacy rate is 99%, which is the same in both Japan and Canada. On the other hand, Zaire and Peru share similar data with little difference in annual income per person, life span and daily calories consumption, but the illiteracy rate in Zaire is doubled when compared to Peru. It is believed that would be the reason contributing to the average disappointing data in Zaire among the four countries.

Task 2

You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.

Universities should accept equal numbers of male and female students in every subject.

To what extent do you agree or disagree?

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.

You should write at least 250 words.

Writing task 2

Gender equality is a heated debate in society. In order to eliminate gender discrimination, some may think that universities should enroll the equivalent number of students of different genders in every subject. I disagree with the statement to a large extent, which I will further discuss later in the essay.

To begin with, students should choose university subjects based on their interests and ability. Students should have the right to choose the subjects that entertained their interests but not restricted by the ratio of genders in university entry. It is widely researched that males have better mathematical ability than females, thus engineering or computing are highly popular in males. Choosing subjects that fulfill their interest and feeling of competency is critical for a successful career. It could guarantee a better understanding of the subject and greater achievement in the future.

On the other hand, the university should be able to choose students who can pursue better educational attainment regardless of gender. In the application process, students are able to reveal their talent and interest in different areas, and the university is deemed to help these talented students to become successful. It is important for the university to cultivate talents, providing sufficient elites in different industries. Hence the society could be vibrant and able to maintain prosperity in the long term.

In addition, gender equality is a fundamental concept in society but should not be imposed rigorously in every aspect. It is pivotal for universities to grant the same opportunity for female and male students, which still seems to be an invincible ordeal in some developing countries like India.

To conclude, students' capability and interest are the essential criteria when it comes to the subject enrollment, but not the gender. Gender equality is typically important to be aware of in universities but strict regulation in controlling gender proportion is groundless.

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