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General Tips for Creating a 5 Page Research Paper
Okay, so you have a research paper to do. You know the parts of the drill: choose a topic, do lots of research, take notes, do more research, start planning out your thesis, do even more research, organize your research, then write the essay: introduction, body paragraphs, conclusion, proofread for mistakes, hand in the essay with a smile and an red apple to the Professor, and then, of course, do more research.
All right, the last part of the drill there was being sarcastic. You should probably congratulate yourself, take a nap, and then go hang out and have fun with friends instead. But you know what the drill of writing a research paper is. Rather than explain to you the steps of writing a research paper, this article will focus on just some general tips for creating your next five page research paper:
- Be disciplined. You can be the greatest writer in the world, but if you don’t discipline yourself to write, you won’t make any progress. Set small, daily times where you will sit down and write. The times can increase in quarter hour or half hour increments each day until the research paper is due. So one day one, spend a half hour researching and writing, on day two spend an hour, day three an hour and a half, and so on…
- Plan out your thesis. Yes, this tip was mentioned in the drill above. But it’s still vitally important that you begin to plan out your thesis as you discover new facts and information in the researching stage of your paper. Who knows, maybe your entire opinion about the topic will change once you start digging into the facts.
- Keep yourself organized. Know what information came from what source and be sure to have proper citations. You want to avoid plagiarism at all costs; this is where you begin that habit.
- Use an outline. As you take notes and conduct research, starting writing an outline where you organize your facts to support your argument made in the introduction. Even if you are forced to repeatedly rewrite your outline, it will become invaluable when writing your research paper: glancing back at your outline will keep you on track and keep the writing process a whole lot simpler.