1. Research Paper MentorTips To Structure YourDissertation
2. What Is Research Paper Writing?• Research paper writing is all about surveying a specific domain of knowledge with a goal of producing the most valuable and competent argument about that topic.
3. How To Structure It In AComprehensive Manner?
4. Introduction• The first part of your research paper is writing an effective introduction. It may be the most difficult part of your paper. Experts suggest that it should be written at the end of your paper.
5. Parts Of Introduction• Introduction section can be broken into 3 different parts:• Thesis statement• Purpose of your paper• Recommendation of the writer
6. Thesis Statement• State the issue or problem in a clearer manner• Provide the details of resources such as previous writings that shows their relevance with your research• Give a thought of the main results that are expected from your research
7. Purpose Of Your Paper• Explore your thesis statement by stating the need of researching the respective topic and provide recommendations on it
8. Recommendation Of The Writer• Mention the facts and arguments of your topic• Create a smooth transition between introduction and the main body of your paper
9. Main Body• Body section of your research paper is all about stating, analyzing and discussing the facts and figures of your topic. It is the time when you have to defend your main points for further outcomes.
10. How To Write It?• Organize your research paper in such a manner that it smoothly flows from a single topic sentence to the supporting sentences• Connect these supporting sentences to the concluding sentences• Provide sufficient information on the first topic and then gradually shift the interest of your readers into the second topic
11. Conclusion• Conclusion section of your research paper is all about deriving results from the point of your arguments. As it is the last chance to piques your readers interest, it is good to make it more relevant and effective.
12. How To Craft It?• Provide the summary of all the main points• Never introduce a new thought• Identify what outcomes are derived after a long research process