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Winning compare and contrast essay topics for college students


A compare and contrast essay is just as the name implies. If you like you have at least two topics or items and the essay consists of you comparing or contrasting these topics. In what ways are these two items similar? In what ways are they dissimilar? So once you have a strong understanding of what this type of essay is all about, then you're in a position to go looking for winning essay topics.

Certainly looking at comparable essays stored in your school or college library is a possible source of excellent topics. And if the topics you find there had been awarded very high marks or even a distinction that can be a good pointer to you choosing that or a similar topic. It always pays to ask your teacher or professor for any ideas because in most cases they are the person who will be judging the work you produce. If they've recommended a particular compare and contrast essay topic that should be a pretty good indication the topic is okay.

But it is the Internet with its plethora of academic essay websites which is the ideal hunting ground for your search for essay topics. Simply by directing your search engine to the topic of compare and contrast essay topics you will find access to a wide variety of information. Now that in itself is not necessarily an ideal situation.

Just because you find the topic doesn't mean that it's right for you. It not only has to be right for you, it has to be right for your teacher or professor. By being right for you means that it's a topic which inspires you or excites you or about which you have a passionate belief. Likewise if it's approved by your teacher then that is also very important.

So knowing the structure of this type of essay, and knowing what makes a good topic work well for you, go searching and see what you can find. To give you a few prompts or ideas here are five winning compare and contrast essay topics.

  • The 1960s were better than the 1950s and the 1970s.
  • Today's teenagers are far more influenced by celebrities than were their parents.
  • Some people think that having to do homework is worse than going to the dentist.
  • It's easier to learn to drive a car than it is to learn to ride a bike.
  • It's better to watch a movie at home than it is to watch it in a cinema.
 

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