The bar chart below shows the number of students who chose certain university subjects in 2005. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

The bar chart provides information about
amount
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the amount
of students who chose university subjects in 2005. The chart
groups students
Accept comma addition
groups, students
according to subjects and divides these
subjects
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subject
groups into
male and female category
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male and female categories
a male and female category
the male and female category
. It is evident that there are some foolproof differences on subjects chosen between two genders. The number of
female
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females
who chose their
favorite
something regarded with special favor or liking
favourite
subjects ranged from the highest number of just under 25
thousands
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thousand
to the lowest number of just under 5
thousands
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thousand
, a difference of around 20
thousands
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thousand
. Female chose most in social sciences, languages while their least
favorite
something regarded with special favor or liking
favourite
choice was in Mathematics. There was a significant difference between the amount of males who chose subjects at University. Males are more interested in Sciences, Mathematics and Literature than Females. The most popular
subject
chosen by
male
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the male
is sciences with around over 20
thousands
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thousand
. With approximately 20
thousands
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thousand
fewer, languages
was
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were
the
subject
had the lowest choice by
male student
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a male student
male students
.
Futhermore
in addition
Furthermore
, languages
wa
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were
was
we
also
the
subject
had the biggest difference between males and females with around over 15
thousands
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thousand
.
Humanrities
studies intended to provide general knowledge and intellectual skills (rather than occupational or professional skills)
Humanities
was only the
subject
had
similar figure
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a similar figure
similar figures
of choice with over 10 thousand of both.
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