Remember, pie charts represent parts of a single whole. So we can make statements about the whole.
o For example: “Of all the students studying at the school…”
Looking at the example below, we can identify some of the main points in the pie chart.
o All the students at the school seem to come from European countries.
o UK students represent more than half of all the students.
o Non-UK students make up less than half, of which Germans make up the majority at 20%. French and Dutch students represent only 15 and 10 percent respectively (Tip, always write the word percent – instead of the symbol % - because the examiner will count it as a word!)