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How Do You Write/Structure A Comparative Essay In An Exam?

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How Do You Write/Structure A Comparative Essay In An Exam?

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From my experience, a well structured comparative essay starts with a good, relevant introduction, which mentions briefly the texts that are going to be discussed, followed by a paragraph or two discussing how the essays relate to each other, always referring back to the question at hand. This is usually then followed by several detailed paragraphs containing concise, informative points about the texts – which should be compared side by side – using quotations and thorough explanations with sophisticated vocabulary. Then your essay should end with a conclusion, briefly summing up the points made in the essay and coming to an overall statement about the three texts and how they relate to the question. I hope this helps and good luck with your exam!

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