This tool is constructed to list pros-cons, questions-
answers, requirements-fulfillment, and professional development
plans-how you meet or satisfy.
Commonly, we use T-chart format with bullets in a cover
letter to industrial and business concerns to display
quickly and efficiently the job requirements from a job
description, in column A, and how we satisfy them, in column
B– directly across the page from one another.
The T-chart can also be used to prepare for interviews by
listing typical questions, in column A, and key features to your
responses, in column B.
I have seen it being used to take notes from an informational
interview where you can list your questions, column A, and the
response from a knowledgeable person in column B.
In fact, you can use this tool to organize and capture
information from an interview by listing your questions
in column A and the interviewer’s responses in column B.
An example of using T-charts for managing careers is
given in career thought leader’s blog.