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"Research is creating new knowledge." -Neil Armstrong
Before starting to write a research paper, keep a clear mind for the topic that you have chosen. Sometimes, you might get results that may not be in conformity with the result you are expecting. Don’t get disheartened. Because one needs utmost sincerity while writing a research paper.
Following are the steps generally involved in writing a research paper:
Choose a topic that will keep you motivated and has relevance in context to the field, for which you are planning to write. Try writing about something for which you will remain dedicated all along during the different phases of research. Do not select a vague topic but keep it concise and to the point.
The first place where people usually find information now is the Internet. But please be careful of the websites you visit. Do check their authenticity. Try visiting the sites that are famous and well-known. This will reduce the chances of information being manipulated.
There is a lot of print material available where you can lay your hands on like, government publications, reports, periodicals, newspapers, university research reports.
Read the content thoroughly and scan which one will be useful for the research. Keep a note of the various sources from where you are collecting information. We will have to add the references as part of the research paper.
A thesis idea acts as a theme on which the paper is based. The whole concept revolves around the concept of the thesis. It should generally be stated in the Introduction of the paper. Before writing the final thesis statement, you should collect, organize, analyze the data and information and draw proper inferences. Do not make too generic and confusing statements. Try keeping it original, that is, not copying it from other places. Thesis should cover the following points:
A research paper generally, has the following structure:
Go through the paper multiple times to make sure that there are no mistakes. Ensure that the correct figures have been quoted. Following are few checkpoints which can be cross checked:
Give a final reading to the paper ensuring that all the important information, experiments, results and conclusion has been included. Check for any grammatical, spelling and punctuation errors. Make sure that all the sources have been captured. And finally try to submit your paper before the deadline so that there is no last minute rush.