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How to Write an objective?


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What is objective?Learn how to write an objective.
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How to Write an objective?

  2. 2. What Is An Objective And What Exactly Is The Art Of Writing An Objective?  An objective in literary terms can be understood as a goal, ambition, or designated outcome. By writing down an objective we mean to put down on paper the desired mark or marks towards which one is heading.  Objective, like writing goals, can be either personal or professional. Read More.
  3. 3. Types of Objectives  Objectives are of various types and can be broadly classified as the following:  Performance objectives  Marketing objectives  Educational objectives  Measureable objectives  Instructional objectives  Read Detail about type of objective here.
  4. 4. What Kind Of Language Should You Use While Writing Objectives? Following are some tips that the writer should definitely follow when using language in jotting down the objectives:  Employ Verbs Properly Use strong active verbs that clearly communicate that what you are trying to say and also help in convincing the reader that you really mean what you are saying.  Keep It To The Point The statement should be straight forward and should not be too long that the reader gets confused that what you really want to say.  Be Realistic The statement should contain a goal that is achievable and realistic, the objective should not be written in an idealistic flowery language at all.  Begin With ‘To’ Technical writers suggest a common rule for writing objectives especially when writing your resume. Read More
  5. 5. Tips for Writing Resume Objectives  Match Your Objectives With Company’s Objectives When you are writing your resume make sure that when you point down the objectives, they should be similar in nature with the objectives of the company.  Keep Your Career Objectives Generalistic If you are not applying for a particular company you want to go for, then the best option is to keep your objectives quite general .Read More Here.
  6. 6. How to Write Project Objectives?  Be SMART Technical writers use the term SMART to refer to being Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time-bound.  Set Out Your Expectations You should write out that with what idea in mind did you take up the project.  Project Objectives Should Be Verifiable In case of a project, you cannot run away from your objectives which you have set initially.  How To Write Learning Objectives? Every learning course comes with a set of objectives which it wishes to fulfill by the end of it. Read Detail Here
  7. 7. SKA is the rule  For writing learning objectives, technical writers have derived a term SKA which is the rule that should be kept in mind when one is jotting them down. Read More Figure 1: Click Here to Enlarge.
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