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IELTS graph writing 98 – Process involved in completing the work experience

The flowchart below shows the process involved in completing the work experience requirement for university students.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

» You should write at least 150 words.



Fulfilling the work Experience Requirement
Credits will be awarded when the final report is submitted.

IELTS Flow Chart 2017 - Fulfilling the work Experience Requirement

Sample Answer 1: 
The flow chart shows steps involved in gaining work experience before completing the graduation by university students to succeed in getting their first job. Due to this, some university insists all students must complete a work experience requirement to be awarded with credits after submission of the final report.

The initial stage is called Application and a student, in this stage, picks some approved workplaces and submit applications to his preferred workplaces. The next stage is Approval stage and if a student gets an acceptance letter from an office, he then needs to submit it to the professor for approval. The third stage, which is known as Schedule, requires the approved students to arrange his work schedule which should be at least ten hours per week over twenty weeks. The report is the 4th step and this stage requires a pupil to submit the report form every Friday to the professor. The fifth stage is Evaluation and takes place during the final work week and a student meets the work supervisor who based on the report and meeting submits an Evaluation form. In the final stage, which is called Final Report, a student requires submitting the final report before the last week of spring term.

By following these steps and subsequently submitting the final report, the pupil receives credit from the university.

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