HOW TO WRITE RESEARCH PAPERS

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HOW TO WRITE RESEARCH PAPERS? It's a usual question when u are at college. This guide will help you in fast writing research papers. Provided by EssayOnTime.com

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HOW TO WRITE RESEARCH PAPERS:

HOW TO WRITE RESEARCH PAPERS

What to start with?:

What to start with?

Determine how much time you have:

Determine how much time you have

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5% - determining your thesis statement 5% - writing it down 15% - writing an outline of arguments & counter-arguments 25% - research 40% - actual writing 10% - polishing Time management

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Choose the topic that interest you the most

And here comes the question...:

And here comes the question...

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How to choose the idea of your thesis?

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Focus on what you want to say

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Write ideas without censoring them in your head One idea - one sticker

DO :

DO

You can't write a good research paper without good sources.:

You can't write a g o od research paper without g oo d sources.

START WRITING:

START WRITING

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Begin where you feel comfortable

Don't correct grammar, punctuation, spelling at this time :

Don't correct grammar, punctuation, spelling at this time

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After you have a fair amount, read out loud what you have written

Record yourself reading your text and play it back:

Record yourself reading your text and play it back

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Don't do fine-tuning or editing at this point

NOW IT'S TIME TO REVISE AND CHECK YOUR PAPER FOR ANY MISTAKES:

NOW IT'S TIME TO REVISE AND CHECK YOUR PAPER FOR ANY MISTAKES

Check the grammar, punctuation and spelling:

Check the grammar, punctuation and spelling

REVIEW AND REFINE FORMAT:

REVIEW AND REFINE FORMAT Get a final reading from someone else.

Be sure your reference/bibliography page is properly documented (MLA/ APA):

Be sure your reference/bibliography page is properly documented (MLA/ APA)

Research styles have rigid formats :

Research styles have rigid formats

You did it!:

You did it!

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