Background

Here are some points to remember when you are writing about your results:

Do refer to your tables and figures and introduce their content. Don’t simply repeat the content of the figures and tables.
Do highlight the most important result(s). Don’t generalise or interpret your results.
Do summarise and compare results. Don’t just list the results.
Do write with certainty about your results.  
Do identify unexpected results.  
Do state the (statistical) significance of your results.  

Click on the exercise icon to find out what you already know about writing a results section.

» Screen 1 | 2 | 3Next