Professional Advice for Writing a College Research Paper

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I’ll leave the background section and the introduction of the research paper and then after my body arguments with the sub headers we’ll have a conclusion and my conclusion would just be a recap of my argument and say the implications that my argument would have for my topic if it is proven true so that’s the basic structure that I use and if you found that confusing oh listen underneath the box so just open the box and I’ll show you like what I mean by sub-headers and I find it.

This way of writing structures your argument in a way that’s both easy to follow for your greater and also easy to write for you so the best thing is that it breaks down your research paper into smaller parts and for me that makes the task feel much less daunting number three check out all the books and download all the articles relevant to your papers topic and subtopics including anything on the topics background information and you should only be using books academic articles and the occasional news article or legitimate website if it’s relevant to your topic and then I organized my books and articles by section according to my outline so for example some books will be used for my background just to give background information on the topic other books will be used.

As an example for my argument and why it’s true and why these reasons are true and some other articles or books will be used to state a counter-argument and to disprove that counter-argument and for all the papers that you write you absolutely must have a section about a counter-argument and you just proving that count argument and that’s something really important to keep in mind that you must not forget when writing any paper is that you have to have a counter-argument and disprove that so going back to the articles and books I would first read the abstracts of the articles to place them in their subcategories before skimming the entire article and then afterwards I would skim the relevant articles and find a good quotes and then I would read the relevant book chapters.

If you still need books sometimes you might not even need books if you have enough articles for your argument but do use books if your professor requires them as a source like I said for high school it’s still applies to college you have to always follow the rules if a professor tells you to write a certain way or use a certain source then you absolutely must do that because otherwise you would not get the grade that you deserve for all your hard work and then throughout this whole process I would jot down all the quotes under their respective sub headers or topic step number four as you’re John and Dale all your quotes and you’re thinking of reactions to the quotes or things to say in relation to the context.