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    Answers are clearly structured and focused, have full awareness of the demands of the question, and if appropriate may challenge it. Detailed specific knowledge is used as evidence to support assertions and arguments. Historical processes such as comparison and contrast, placing events in context and evaluating different interpretations are used appropriately and effectively.

    This is the criteria required to get the good marks in an IB history exam. I'm taking History HL. I'm decent with analysis but its the examples that trouble me. What does it mean by that? Do you have any examples? I know it seems a simple question but i believe there is more to it. Any help will be great. Thanks in advance.
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