Research scholars all over the world strive continuously to prepare high-end documents in all the fields according to the global requirements. The important fact in the research work is to find a unique solution for the background problem and frame the papers to optimize the research.
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Our Work Structure
Selection Of Topic:
The research topic is chosen carefully, while considering the time required to write the paper, the total length of the paper, target client and the limits of the resources. Writing the paper will be much easier based on the selection of the interesting topic. In fact, it will be easier to narrow the topic later, if the familiar research topic is chosen.
Narrow The Topic:
Read the background articles about the topics in encyclopedias and other general references, to narrow the topic.
State The Objective:
Before starting the research, a thesis statement describing the viewpoint expressed in the paper is composed. Since the purpose of the research lies in the rest of the paper, the thesis statement provides an idea to help to choose the resource materials.
Formation Of Preliminary Bibliography:
A preliminary bibliography is a list of potential sources of information. Read the articles of the well-established authors and try to determine the point of view presented in the articles, based on the technical sense.
Preparation Of Work Outline:
While doing the research, there will be a need to review the plan if there is a lack of information about the topic and conflicting information. So the working outline is important in this situation. Nevertheless, it provides a good starting point, before starting to take the notes. Start by listing the research topics that are to be discussed in the paper and divide the items on the list into major topics and subtopics.
Start Taking The Notes:
After gathering the materials, a working outline can be prepared and then the notes can be taken. Somehow, each note should relate to one of the topics on the working outline. Be sure to write notes with own words and use the direct quotes only, when the information is expressed in a particularly unusual way.
Outline The Paper:
The final outline is more similar to the working outline, but is more complex, with each topic being further divided into several subtopics. The final outline also should reflect the structural format chosen for the paper. This will depend on the topic of the paper and thesis statement.
Writing The Rough Draft :
After completing the final outline, the rough draft can be written. It is also important to revise the rough draft. At the same time, write the footnote as it should appear in the paper at the bottom of the page or in list form on a separate sheet of paper. The conclusion should summarize the findings and restate the thesis.
Edit The Paper:
After finishing the rough draft, read it thoroughly and revise it. Edit the rough draft.
Write The Final Draft:
After completing the editing of the rough draft, a final draft including citations and bibliography should be prepared. Some research paper will require a title page, depending on the formatting style. The title page should include the title of the paper, name of the author, name of the course and name of the instructor. Footnotes may be arranged in numerical order at the bottom of the page on which they appear or a separate page (labeled Endnotes) placed at the end of the paper just before the bibliography.