Structure 1: Stage 3: Summarise Results

In stage 3 you should summarise the results, focussing particularly on the most significant results and making appropriate comments. (You may also have to point out unexpected results.)

Very often you will have to present a series of results. In this case, the structure of the results section will be repeated, and you will need to consider the relationships between different sets of results when you are deciding on the sequence in which you will present your results. For example, related results may be presented together, followed by a general comment (result 1, result 2, result 3, comment); other results may need separate comments (result 1, comment, result 2, comment.). Overall there must be a logical sequence in the presentation of your results with interlinking text from one result to the next.

 

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Kathy summerises the strengths of the results (33s):

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