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how to write a great research paper

How To Write A Great Research Paper?

If you have an essay due in less than 24 hours and you’re watching Netflix, then this blog is for

you! You could either use our tips to write a reasonably good essay in less time, or hire our

experts to write a great essay for you!

Pre-writing Phase:

Expert writers spend quality time focusing on the topic before they start writing. This helps them

come up with ideas and memories that they didn’t even know they had. Use the pre-writing

phase to come up with plenty of preliminary arguments. Simply put, all that you’re trying to do

in this phase is to get all your thoughts onto a piece of paper. Set a Pomodoro technique timer for

25 minutes and start writing.

Focused Research Phase:

The problem with this stage is that you may get stuck in this phase for a lot longer than you can

afford. Look for sources in a library or the web. While Wikipedia isn’t a reliable resource for

information, the references provided at the bottom of every Wikipedia page is a good place to

look for reliable resources. You can also look for references through Google Scholar, journal

databases like EBSCO, and bibliography section in most popular science books. Once you’ve

found your sources, make personal copies of them.

Annotate The Material:

Skim each source and highlight the sections that are particularly relevant to your arguments.

Include any notes that relate to your arguments when composing the final draft. Have no less

than two sources for every fundamental point in your thesis. It’s good to have at least one source

for any tangential or non-crucial points.

Ask Yourself If You’re Done:

Finally, ask yourself whether you have completed the thesis. If the answer is no, then repeat the

process. If the answer is yes, it’s time to write your first draft. One of the most difficult problems

that students deal with is trying to be perfect. Sadly, a perfect essay isn’t something you can

afford when you’re starved of time.

Edit Your Paper:

Edit your paper in two separate stages. Stage one is content edit. This stage is all about making

sure that the paper communicates your message to the reader as effectively as possible. It’s not

about spelling mistakes. Those you should save for stage two, known as the technical edit. Go

over your paper to find any problems with the essay structure or syntax. Check for spelling and

grammar mistakes, poorly structured sentences, formatting errors and sentences that just don’t

sound right. The best method to do a technical edit is to print out the paper and go over it by

hand or read it out loud. This can prevent you from unconsciously skipping over any words.

at last remember that one pair of eyes

At last, remember that one pair of eyes isn’t always sufficient, particularly when they’re your

own. To make a paper really extraordinary, you have to give other individuals a chance to read it

and give their feedback. After altering from their revisions, print out your final draft and give it

one final read-through from start to finish. If everything makes sense, reward yourself for

crafting an excellent paper.

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Author Bio:

The Author provides tips on various phases of writing a research article. He manages

CourseHelp911 – an online class help website that offers to help students with research papers

and other assignments. Call them to ask, ‘can you take my online class.’