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Question: The chart below shows the changes that took place in three different areas of crime in Newport city center from 2003-2012.

A glance at the provided line graph reveals the trends of three various types of convictions in central Newport city over interval between 2003 and 2012. Overall, it is evident that the number of burglary plummeted over the period, whereas the others saw minor variation. In addition, the figure for robbery was smallest in the time surveyed. It is apparent that from the given information that the number of burglary rose sharply before reaching at peak in 2004, to roughly 3800 incidents. The subsequent 4 years, however, witnessed a tremendous decline of this figure, reaching its lowest point of practically 1100 cases. On the other hand, the figures for car-theft and robbery saw the resembled trend, rising to some points before dropping slightly. It is interesting to note that after 2007, car-theft officially became the most lawbreaking cases in the downtown of Newport, practically 2300 incidents. In somewhere at 2008, the figure for burglary recovered from its bottom, which is preceded by minor fluctuations. Likewise, the data of robbery remained at similar rate before finishing at roughly 600. Car-theft, in contrast, witnessed a gradual growth, finishing at somewhere above 2500 incidents, which is almost the same with its starting point.

IELTS academic Question: The chart below shows the changes that took place in three different areas of crime in Newport city center from 2003-2012. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant. v.1

A glance at the provided line graph reveals the trends of three various types of convictions in central Newport city over interval between 2003 and 2012.
Overall
, it is evident that the number of burglary plummeted over the period, whereas the others
saw
minor variation.
In addition
, the
figure
for robbery was smallest in the time surveyed. It is apparent that from the
given
information that the number of burglary rose
sharply
before
reaching at peak in 2004, to roughly 3800 incidents. The subsequent 4 years,
however
, witnessed a tremendous decline of this
figure
, reaching its lowest point of
practically
1100 cases.
On the other hand
, the
figures
for car-theft and robbery
saw
the resembled trend, rising to
some
points
before
dropping
slightly
. It is interesting to note that after 2007, car-theft
officially
became the most lawbreaking cases in the downtown of Newport,
practically
2300 incidents. In somewhere at 2008, the
figure
for burglary recovered from its bottom, which
is preceded
by minor fluctuations.
Likewise
, the data of robbery remained at similar rate
before
finishing at roughly 600. Car-theft,
in contrast
, witnessed a gradual growth, finishing at somewhere above 2500 incidents, which is almost the same with its starting point.
6Linking words, meeting the goal of 7 or more
4Repeated words, meeting the goal of 3 or fewer
0Mistakes
Academic
4 paragraphs
200 words
6.5
Overall Band Score
Coherence and Cohesion: 7.0
  • Structure your answers in logical paragraphs
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    One main idea per paragraph
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    Include an introduction and conclusion
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    Support main points with an explanation and then an example
  • Use cohesive linking words accurately and appropriately
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    Vary your linking phrases using synonyms
Lexical Resources: 6.0
  • Try to vary your vocabulary using accurate synonyms
  • Use less common question specific words that accurately convey meaning
  • Check your work for spelling and word formation mistakes
Grammatical Range: 6.5
  • Use a variety of complex and simple sentences
  • Check your writing for errors
Task Achievement: 7.0
  • Answer all parts of the question
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    Present relevant ideas
  • Fully explain these ideas
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    Support ideas with relevant, specific examples
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