Describe Image is one of the most intimidating question in Speaking section. And in order to overcome this question, you need to use a template.

There are different types of templates over the internet that can be use in this question and all of them are effective but the question is which one suits you?

In this article, I’ll be discussing a template for bar graph.

 

 

Template

The bar graph projected on the screen is the presentation of variables from research entitled [image title]. The horizontal line represents the [variable group name] while the vertical line represents the [variable group values]. The highest sector is [variable name] with [variable value] while the smallest sector is [variable name] with [variable value]. It is surprising to see that [variable name] is the second highest sector with [variable value]. Overall, this graph seems accurate and concise and can be a helpful reference for future studies.

 

How To Use

 

Image Title – The title of the image or the overall thought of the image

Variable Group Name – Name of the variables in the x-axis. (e.g. countries, temperature, year, etc.)

Variable Group Values – Value of the variables in y-axis. This is usually the label of the values. (e.g. percentage, number of occurrences, etc)

Variable Name – Specific variable of a data

Variable Value – Specific value of a data

 

 

Example

PTE Describe Image Bar Graph 001

The bar graph projected on the screen is the presentation of variables from research entitled total area occupied by monarch colonies at overwintering sites in Mexico. The horizontal line represents the years of winter season while the vertical line represents the total forest area occupied by Monarch colonies in hectares. The highest sector is from 1996 to 1997 with 18.19 hectares while the smallest sector is from 2013 to 2014 with 0.67 hectares. It is surprising to see that 1995 to 1996 is the second highest sector with 12.61 hectares. Overall, this graph seems accurate and concise and can be a helpful reference for future studies.

 

 

Photo by Eva Lewandowski / CC BY