Expert Advice On How To Write A Research Paper Really Fast
Everyone has good intentions at the beginning of the semester to write the paper on time. But everyone ends up writing at the night before the submission.
Here are the few expert advice and tips for people to write paper really fast.
Pick your topic
It is the easiest work when you have to decide the topic/thesis statement yourself which will save the time of the thinking and writing of thesis statement later. A key point to be noted is trying to pick up a broad topic. Pick up a topic on which lot of search is already being done. If you are in a hurry to write the paper, then you are not going to reinvent the wheel, you just need to collage another person research’s in your paper.
The fastest way to get going on your paper is to do the finding’s first and then develop the thesis later. Wikipedia is the best way to get the broad information about your topic, but remember not to plagiarize the content. Once you have a rough outline, take the quotes and passages from Wikipedia and search it on google to know where it came from. Professors prefer book/print sources rather than online, so if your search came up with a book or print article, definitely you should go for it.
Now you have the idea, start making a thesis statement. Make sure that thesis statement covers the points, but is not broad. Since it’s a paper, it should not be revolutionary, innovative, etc. It should only tell the direction in which the paper is going. If the paper is about a person, you can talk about how the person is influential, impact on issues of that period, something like that. The thesis statement should be the last line of the introductory paragraph.
Once you have written the thesis statement, read the stuff you have written and had the stuff which fits. Come up with each paragraph and write the matter you want in the respective paragraph. The body will include the facts and figures you came across.
The introduction and conclusion
The introduction paragraph should include the context of the topic. This should be in about 5-6 sentences. If it is for a person, write a short bio. If it is a thing, write about how the thing is used, the importance of that thing, etc. The last line should be the thesis statement. The conclusion part must describe in short about what you have written in the body. If it is for a person, specify how the person is influential, impact on the people, etc.
These are some tips to write a research paper at the last moment easily and without any difficulty.