Compare and Contrast User Guide

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A quick guide to using our Compare and Contrast tables

What do two people or events or organisations or theories have in common and how do they differ?

One of the most common types of exam question asks you to compare different examples of something. You have to identify similarities and differences before summarising your comparison.

For example, you might be asked to compare two novels, plays, events, people, organisations, chemicals or theories. First you need to identify what they have in common, then how they differ. Once the similarities and differences are identified you should be able to directly compare them.

We’ve created a simple table to help you compare and contrast anything.

Once it’s complete, subscribers can test themselves on its content.

Try our Compare and Contrast table

See a fun example of a Compare and Contrast table: Cliff Richard and One Direction!

Modified twice, last modified by Pete Langley - Get Revising founder on Mon 10th December, 2012 @ 20:29

Posted: 10-12-12 17:31 by Pete Langley - Get Revising founder