Academic IELTS Writing Task 1 Topic : procedure for university entry for high school graduates – Diagram

IELTS Material Resources – Writing Task 1 Topic 19:

The diagram shows the procedure for university entry for high school graduates.

Write a report for a university or college lecturer describing the information.

Write at least 150 words

The procedure for university entry for high school graduates
The procedure for university entry for high school graduates

Model answer:

The flowchart illustrates the various steps that a high school student must follow to enter university.

Once the high school has been obtained, students need to complete an application for university entrance. This can be downloaded from the university website. The completed application should then be sent to the administration.

Applicants receive a reply two weeks later which is provisional acceptance, a rejection or an acceptance. If a rejection is received, students can either cancel their application altogether or complete an application for an alternative course and send to the administration office.

A provisional acceptance means that more documentation is required. Applicants in this situation should complete the additional documentation and submit them to the office. When an acceptance is received, the applicant should complete the enrolment form and select which subjects he or she wishes to undertake and register with the dean. When all this is complete, the applicant may enter university.

(194 words)

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