Compare and contrast the pharmacology of haloperidol and diazepam.
These are both commonly used agents and a tabulated format worked well. Subheadings
covering the “general” pharmacology approach ensured core areas were addressed. Vague terms
such as "good" or "moderate" did not allow a detailed comparison between the agents.
Repetition of facts between sections such as uses, pharmacodynamics, effects and adverse
effects did not gain further marks.