By Emma Monsoor on July 20 2018 01:45:05
Generally, speaking, there are two types of research paper: an argumentative research paper or an analytic research paper. Each requires a slightly different focus and writing style which should be identified prior to starting a rough draft.
If you are struggling to come up with a topic that feels “just right,” ask your professor or coworkers/classmates for advice. They will likely have great ideas that, even if they aren’t options for you to choose, can inspire you with new ideas. Asking a professor for help may seem frightening, but if they are worth anything as a professor, they want you to be successful with your work, and will do what they can to make that happen.
If you find one really awesome book or journal that fits your topic perfectly, try looking in the works cited/bibliography/reference list at the end of it. This should contain many more books and journals that are about your topic as well.
What is the key to getting the highest assessment? The main things that can help you cope with writing a research paper are understanding of the task and its objectives, and in-depth knowledge of the topic that you have chosen. There are a few most common types of research papers. Each kind is widely used in different educational institutions for different disciplines and thus, it is important to know how to write each of them. As a rule, the guide provided by your teacher will state which sort of work you are required to write and what are the main requirements but to give you a general idea of what to expect.