We are regularly asked by candidates to help them to understand exactly what is required of difference command verbs, so here is a useful handout produced by the Chartered Management Institute to help you.
Break the subject or complex situation(s) into separate parts and examine each part in detail; identify the main issues and show how the main ideas are related to practice and why they are important. Reference to current research or theory may support the analysis.
Review the subject(s) in detail – looking at similarities and differences.
Show or state clearly and accurately.
Provide an extended range of detailed factual information about the topic or item in a logical way.
Give a detailed account including a range of views or opinions which include contrasting perspectives.
Consider the strengths and weaknesses, arguments for and against and/or similarities and differences and then judge the evidence from the different perspectives and make a valid conclusion or reasoned judgement. Apply current research or theories to support the evaluation when applicable.
Inspect (something) thoroughly in order to determine its nature or condition.
Make something clear to someone by describing or revealing relevant information in more detail.
Ascertain the origin, nature or definitive characteristics of (…).
Provide a rationale for actions and/or decisions. Your rationale should be underpinned by research, academic theory, data analysis or experience.
Provide a reasoned judgement or rational of the standard, quality, value or importance of something informed by relevant facts/rationale.