The table below shows the results of surveys in 2000, 2005 and 2010 about one university. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The table illustrates the survey’s results of one university in which students gave good ratings for different aspects in three different years (2000, 2005 and 2010).
Initially, in the year 2000, pupils gave a maximum rating to the print resources (84%), and minimum to the range of modules which is offered by the university (only 32%), while building and teaching facilities, quality of teaching and electronic resources was 77%, 65% and 45% respectively. However, as per the surveys conducted in the year 2005, print resources remain on top with a hike of 4% and reached 89%, and modules range also remain at least with 30%, but this year electronic resources jump to 72% and rest teaching quality and facilities of teaching and buildings was at 63% and 77% respectively.
Lastly, in the year 2010, Electronic resources and print resources were equivalent to each other and got 88% each, although the range of modules remains least with 27% and remaining facilities and quality of teaching was at 77% and 69% each.
Overall, throughout one decade, students gave maximum ratings to print resources, and ratings of facilities remain the same throughout the ten years.
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