How do you structure essay answers when you're comparing more than one source?

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Edexcel AS History Poverty and Public Health Exam

Posted Mon 4th March, 2013 @ 14:09 by Eleanor King

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you'll normally be given a statement or point of view to ague. The main thing i would say is decide on a conclusion and stick to it. In the body of the essay you need to cross reference sources (and your own knowlege in question B) I try to make a chart with the points that agree with the statement on one side and the points that disagree on the other and then structure it like that. It's never a good idea to write about one source after another as can be the temptation. Hope this helps and good luck :) x

Answered Tue 12th March, 2013 @ 19:54 by sammy