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Trip: Correct structure of a research paper

Written by kattyperry585 show kattyperry585 profile

Monday August 31 2020 11:10:26

Date: from Aug 31, 2020 to Aug 31, 2030

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Writing a research paper may be difficult for those people who are writing for the first time. But, once you have followed the structure correctly, you will feel about writing a research paper for the next time. Its outline is similar to most branches of science.

Creating a proper outline will help you to structure your thoughts and ideas. An extended outline will help you when you are working on a long paper. When you are writing a scientific paper, adjust to the academic format. The APA style is one of the academic writing styles that is frequently used. Get more paper help from different resources and learn more about referencing styles.

Research papers are organized into different sections, and each one has a specific goal. Let’s have a look at the correct structure of a research paper.

·         Title

The title is the first thing that you have to consider. Choose a title in which you are interested. Your research paper title is the most crucial part that will tell the reader what you are presenting. Your title should be clear, concise, and engaging; otherwise, the reader will not continue reading. Author’s names and affiliations should be included in the title page.

·         Abstract

The summary of your paper is as important as your title. It should include all the important points that are discussed in the paper. Do not add unnecessary details in this section. In most journals, the abstract is divided into short sections so the reader will get bored in reading long details. Avoid writing long and detailed sentences and do not add acronyms and citations.

·         Introduction

This section should include the background on the subject that you are writing. It should include what you are writing and why it is important. The attractive and engaging introduction will make your research paper impressive.  

·         Methods and Materials

The materials you have used in your research should be added to these sections. Let’s suppose; you are researching animal studies; you have to include where you have found the animals. Clearly and crisply describe your methods. Statistical analysis should also be included.

·         Results

Your finding will suggest that something is true or not. Avoid making definitive statements. Provide evidence to support your answer.

·         Discussion

Discuss your results and tell the reader what you have concluded with the research paper. A detailed discussion will help the reader to understand your point and leave a good impact on the reader.

·         Acknowledgments

All the contributors who are involved in your research should be included in this section.

·         References

References must be added to give credit to the original author. If you are using other’s ideas, thoughts, words, then references are mandatory. Provide citations from which source you have taken this information.

·         Tables and Figures

In most research papers, your tables and figures appear at the end of the paper. If you have used any acronym and abbreviations throughout the paper; don’t forget to add in each table and figure.


I hope this article will be helpful for you when writing a research paper. If you have followed the structure properly, you will not face any difficulty. But still, you can’t write research without other’s help. Take help from any professional/teacher.

Let’s suppose; I don’t know the correct structure of a paper. I might ask any professional paper writing service to write my paper for me. Don’t hesitate and take help from others.

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