How to structure your comments
This is something you have total control over. However it is best to structure your response to questions in a logical way.
It is usually not a good idea just to say "Answer D" for example. Comments and explanations are what make make your response a useful educational exercise.
Other useful things to do:
- Write or copy in relevant quotes from books, articles or websites
- Add in links to other pages or to other websites which have relevant information
- Discuss pros and cons of different responses
- Provide references for your quotes and comments. (For journal articles, entering the PMID will provide a link to the Medline abstract).
Remember others can edit your comments to correct errors or otherwise improve upon your response so you should re-visit the page to see what others have contributed.