All PTE Describe Images with one template

Describe Image - PTE Tricks for 79+

Describe Image - PTE

In PTE, one of the most daunting tasks which test-takers face is how to tackle the describe image section. Luckily, there are ways out to handle this, and one of the easiest of them is to use templates. I have already shared templates for different sections including this one. In this article, I will be discussing different types of images with their possible solutions. 

The most common describe images are the following:

1. Bar Chart
2. Line Chart
3. Tables
4. Maps
5. Pie Chart
6. Flowchart/Process
7. Pictures


Let's discuss a sample of each of them one by one.


1. Bar Chart
Describe Image - PTE Tricks for 79+
Solution based on the template I have shared earlier.

The bar chart shows/compares the gross domestic product from IT and service industry of the UK as a percentage of GDP.

To begin with, we can say that there are five years in comparison which are 1992, 1994, 1996, 1998, and 2000.

According to the graph, we can say that the highest value for the IT industry goes to the year 2000 which is 15 per cent, and the highest value for the service industry goes to the year 2000 again which is 8 per cent approx.

On the other hand, the lowest value for the IT industry goes to the year 1992 which is 6 per cent and for the service industry, the lowest value again goes to the year 1992 which is 4 %.

In conclusion, the bar chart is helpful in the understanding of the gross domestic product from IT and service industry of the UK.


2. Line Chart

Describe Image - PTE Tricks for 79+

Solution based on the template I have shared earlier.

The Line graph shows/compares the wheat export for three countries from 1985 to 1990 in millions of tonnes.

To begin with, we can say that there are three countries in comparison which are Australia, Canada, and the European Community.

According to the graph, we can say that the highest value for Australia goes to the year 1986 which is 16 per cent, and the highest value for Canada goes to the year 1988 which is 25 per cent approx. Further, the highest value for European Community goes to the year 1988 which is 25 per cent approx.

On the other hand, we can say that the lowest value for Australia goes to the year 1990 which is 12 per cent, and the lowest value for Canada goes to the year 1989 which is 14 per cent approx. Further, the lowest value for European Community goes to the year 1986 which is 14 per cent approx.

In conclusion, the line graph is helpful in the understanding of the wheat exports for three different countries.


3. Tables

Describe Image - PTE Tricks for 79+


Solution based on the template I have shared earlier.

The table shows information about consumer spending on different items in five different countries in the year 2002.

To begin with, we can say that there are five countries in comparison which are Ireland, Italy, Spain, Sweden and Turkey.

The table further gives information about food, drinks, and tobacco, clothing and footwear, and leisure and education.

According to the table, we can say that the highest value for Food/drinks/tobacco goes to Turkey which is 32.14 per cent approx. And, the highest value for clothing/footwear goes to Italy which is 9 per cent approx. Further, the highest value for leisure/education goes to Turkey again at 4.35 per cent.

On the other hand, we can say that the lowest value for Food/drinks/tobacco goes to Sweden which is 15.77 per cent approx. And, the lowest value for clothing/footwear goes to Sweden again at 5.40 per cent approx. Further, the lowest value for leisure/education goes to Spain at 1.98 per cent

In conclusion, the table is helpful in the understanding of consumer spending on different items in five different countries in the year 2002.


4. Maps

Describe Image - PTE Tricks for 79+
Solution based on the template I have shared earlier.

The map shows information about climate zones for temperature and humidity in Australia.

To begin with, we can say that there are six categories in comparison which hot humid, warm humid, hot dry summer, warm winter, hot dry summer, cold winter, temperature and cool temperature.

According to the map, we can say that most of the parts of Australia fall under hot dry summer and cold winters. Second highest value goes to category hot dry summer and warm winters.

The upper region of Australia comes under the category of hot humid.

The lower region of Australia comes under the category of cool temperature which is very negligible in terms of the map area.

In conclusion, the table is helpful in the understanding of climate zones for temperature and humidity in Australia.


5. Pie Chart


Describe Image - PTE Tricks for 79+

Solution based on the template I have shared earlier.

The pie chart shows information about an average day as an Active Couch Potato.

To begin with, we can say that there are four categories in comparison which are sitting at work, activities of daily living, leisure-time running, swimming, or cycling, and other leisure-time (mostly sedentary).

According to the chart, we can say that the highest value goes to sitting at work which is 50 per cent. Second highest value goes to activities of daily living which is 25 per cent.

On the other hand, the second-lowest value goes to other leisure-time which is 19 per cent. And, the lowest value goes to leisure-time running, swimming, or cycling at 6%.

In conclusion, the pie chart is helpful in understanding an average day as an Active Couch Potato.


6. Flowchart/Process

Describe Image - PTE Tricks for 79+

Solution based on the template I have shared earlier.

The process chart shows information about the steel recycling process.

To begin with, we can say that there are nine steps in the process which includes the collection, sorting by a magnet, steel slugging, grinding, furnace, forming, flatter, and the end product.

According to the chart, first of all, the collection of waste takes place. Then this garbage is passed through sorting magnet to separate the steel out of waste. Thereafter, steel slugging takes places followed by grinding.

Further, this material is put in a furnace. Then forming of the material takes places followed by flatter process. Finally, the end product is ready which can be anything such as a car, a washing machine etc.

In conclusion, the process chart is helpful in understanding the steel recycling process.


7. Pictures

Describe Image - PTE Tricks for 79+


Solution based on the template I have shared earlier.
Here slight modification is required

The image shows a chemistry lab with a lab attendant.

To begin with, we can say that there are a couple of things visible in the image that include beakers, jars, pivot tube etc.

According to the image, the lab attendant is doing some chemical test.

There are some bottles to the right side of the lab attendant which are having some red colour chemical in them.

There are some empty containers also in the image.

On the left-hand side of the lab attendant, there are some big brown colour containers.

In conclusion, the image is quite useful in learning the general setup of a chemical lab.


This brings us to the end. I hope you must be clear now on how to use this template to describe image. Try to practice this as much as possible until you develop fluency and confidence. This task seems very challenging but with regular practice, one can easily master this and get full marks in the speaking module.

Good luck!

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