By Luci Roach on October 08 2018 17:45:40
Every good research paper begins with a good topic or idea. If possible, pick something that you are interested in. Writing about something you enjoy can make all the difference. Also, consider the amount of information available on the topic. A topic can be too broad or too narrow--you want a topic you can cover fully, but not something so specific you are not able to find information from various sources.
Please remember that research papers are usually judged on the significance of the research problem. And research papers are not always assigned for a student to demonstrate his / her talent in collecting facts and quotations that others may have already presented as their own. A proper research paper assignment can usually contain a Research Paper Assignment Table of Contents followed by the assignment. Perhaps a section of suggested topics can be given to the author.
Research paper--the very words send chills down the spines of students everywhere. If you are a student, research papers are a reality of life and something you will be writing until your graduation day. There are some things you can do, and guidelines to follow that make writing a research paper little less painful.
The purpose of your title page or heading is to state the name of your paper and include other important information like your name, the instructors name, the name of the class and the date. Unless directed otherwise, the heading should appear at the top of the first page of your paper in the left-hand margin. The title of you paper should be centered--capitalize the first and all principal words but do not underline or bold your title.