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The Fail-Safe Strategy To Write A Research Paper In 4 Hours

Your clock is running out and the deadline is quickly approaching. You have 4 hours left until your research paper is due. Even though your intentions were good at the beginning, something happened. The time sped by fast. You got busy with other things. All that matters now is you need to buckle down and get this done. You must work quickly and write well. How will you do it? It seems like a formidable task but it’s actually possible.

Here’s what you need to do:

  1. If you haven’t already chosen a topic, pick it now and get a thesis statement or research question written. Choose a topic that has an abundance of previous work done on it already by other writers. Now is not the time to reinvent the wheel. You will be using work done by other people but putting it in your own words. You can make proper citations as well.
  2. You may have to do some generalized reading online just to get yourself up to speed with what the topic is all about. Once you’ve figured out some main points that fall under your topic idea, then you can start to do some specialized searching for more information on those main points.
  3. Always make an outline. It doesn’t take time; it saves time. Yes you will have to invest a little time to write it down but in reality it ends up keeping you on track, maintaining your focus and saving you time in the long run.
  4. Once the outline has been filled in with all the major points which lay the foundation for your topic, you can fill them in with writing. As you write, you are creating your first rough draft. The outline keeps you on the right path so you don’t wander off onto some tangent that doesn’t support your thesis statement.
  5. Read through your rough draft and make sure you haven’t forgotten any major points. Are all your transitions in place? Now write the introduction and conclusion. They are very similar in nature but must be written using different wording. The introduction gives the reader their first exposure to what you’re writing about and the conclusion is like a summary of what you’ve presented in the body of the paper.
  6. Edit and proofread. Never skip this step because it has the potential to turn a mediocre paper into a stellar one.