## Graph description of SSC result of a school

Graph description of SSC result of a school is important for the SSC and HSC examinations. So, the SSC and HSC examinees should emphasize the learning graph description of the SSC result of a school.

Instead of the SSC result it could be the HSC result and instead of school it could be the result of a college. A sample description of the graph is given below. If the students practice and know how to describe such type of graph they will be able to jot down the description of a graph on different data.

Lots of good wishes to the students.

### Graph description of the SSC results of a school

The graph below shows the SSC results of Uttara High School from 2008 to 2012. The larger columns in the graph show the pass rate and the smaller columns show the percentage of the students who got A+. Now, describe the graph in your own words.

The graph shows the SSC results of Uttara High School from the year 2008 to 2012.

In the year 2008, 80% of students passed from the school having different grades. And 5% of students got A+ in that year.

In 2009 85% of students passed achieving different grades while 5% of students got A+ like the previous year. This year the pass rate was 5% more than the previous year (2008), though the percentage of getting A+ was the same as in 2008.

In 2010 the pass percentage reached 90% by increasing 5% from 2009. The percentage of A+ also became 10%. Both the pass percentage and percentage of A+ rose 5% in the year 2010 than the previous year 2009.

In 2011 the pass rate increased consecutively like the previous years and it was 95% while the rate of getting A+ decreased from the previous year. By dropping 5% A+ the percentage of getting A+ reached 5% again like the year 2009.

The pass rate was 95% in the year 2012 like the year 2011 but the rate of getting A+ was increased than the previous year and it was 10% by increasing 5%.

So, from the given graph we can see the pass rate and the rate of getting A+ of Uttara High School from 2008 to 2012. The pass percentage increased continuously from 2008 to 2012. However, the percentage getting of A+ fluctuated in different years.

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