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SANDRA WRIGHT

iWriteEssays.com
HOW TO WRITE AN ABSTRACT FOR A RESEARCH
PAPER
 An

abstract is a selfcontained, short, and powerful
statement that descri...
 Here

are the things to consider when
writing a good APA abstract:
 The Abstract should be written in block
form, which...
It

should contain between 150 and
250 words


Should not contain in-text citations or references.
written

after the whole paper has
been completed.
The

Abstract should be
located after the title page, but
before the introduction of the
paper.
Do

not write the Abstract in firstperson; write the Abstract in thirdperson.
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Most people never read your full paper. They rely on the abstract to get all the information they need regarding the paper to determine whether your paper is worth reading. The abstract must therefore be attention grabbing. Get expert tips on how to write a winning abstract.

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  1. 1. SANDRA WRIGHT iWriteEssays.com
  2. 2. HOW TO WRITE AN ABSTRACT FOR A RESEARCH PAPER  An abstract is a selfcontained, short, and powerful statement that describes a larger work. You may write an abstract for various reasons. The two most important are selection and indexing. Abstracts allow readers who may be interested in a longer work to quickly decide whether it is worth their time to read it. The Abstract is often optional for research papers.
  3. 3.  Here are the things to consider when writing a good APA abstract:  The Abstract should be written in block form, which means that the paragraph should not be indented. It is usually the summary of the paper and usually contains words such as, “This paper will discuss…,” or “The purpose of this paper is to…”
  4. 4. It should contain between 150 and 250 words
  5. 5.  Should not contain in-text citations or references.
  6. 6. written after the whole paper has been completed.
  7. 7. The Abstract should be located after the title page, but before the introduction of the paper.
  8. 8. Do not write the Abstract in firstperson; write the Abstract in thirdperson.
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