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This resource was created intentionally by an independent group of academic writers. All students who want to write better research and term papers may feel free to use this resource on daily basis.

This resource works on principle of daily updates with tutorials and manuals for starters and advanced writers concentrating on basic struggles and elements of research and paper writing.

 

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10 Easy Steps To Writing A Good Research Paper

If you are looking for an easy way of writing a good research paper then the following 10 steps should hopefully help to simplify the process for you.

  1. Choosing a good topic
  2. One of the first things it you need to do is choose a topic to write about. Rather than settling for the first thing that you think of, it is a good idea to consider how easy and interesting it will be to research and write about that topic. Ideally, you will want a topic that will make the writing process as simple as possible.

  3. Making a timeframe of the things you need to do
  4. Before you start research or writing anything, it is good idea to make a plan of what you need to do, and then create a timeframe based on the various tasks that you need to complete.

  5. Getting inspiration
  6. For a bit of extra inspiration, you may wish to look at prewritten samples before you get started. This will help you to understand how to structure the work, as well as give you a few ideas about what content to include.

  7. Carrying out detailed research
  8. The research stage is highly important, and will provide you with the information you need to write the work. The more thorough you are, the easier it will be to write your essay.

  9. Making a list of resources used
  10. Whilst carrying out the research, it is a good idea to note down any resources or materials that you have used, as this will make it easier to write citations or a bibliography, if required.

  11. Writing the introduction
  12. Whilst you may have various sections to complete as part of your paper, you will generally follow a rough structure of writing an introduction, a body section, and a conclusion. The introduction should inform the reader about the topic you are writing about, and give them a good idea of what to expect with the rest of the work.

  13. Writing the body section
  14. Your body section should include any arguments or points that you wish to make, and will be the largest part of your paper.

  15. Writing the conclusion
  16. Your conclusion should not introduce any new points or arguments, but should refer back to the body section and introduction, so as to conclude your paper.

  17. Writing further subsequent drafts
  18. Once you have written a first draft of the introduction, the body section and the conclusion, you will then need to rewrite subsequent drafts, until you are happy with what you have produced.

  19. Checking everything
  20. Finally, you will need to proofread and fact check what you have written, to ensure that it is as accurate as possible.