... Research Paper Writing Preparation Guidelines ...

... The Time Question: How Much? ...

The time you should spend on writing the work without much effort depends on the size of the paper and the topic you choose. If the paper is large and the topic includes many subtopics, then you may need as much as 1,5-2 months to search for the materials, investigate them, and have certain results. The writing process doesn’t take as much time, especially if you have a good outline and enough preparation. The point of writing a work is in gathering the information you’ve got in one big formatted report, so even if the work is large, a week may be quite enough.

... Elements ...

Starting writing.

After you’re done with the outline, you can begin writing your first draft. Again, try to include as much as possible into the work, but make sure it’s readable and doesn’t look like a compilation of facts. Don’t forget to give explanations and include transitions between the paragraphs and the parts of your text.

Proofreading your paper

After all, don’t forget to leave a couple of days on proofreading your paper. It’s not enough to read it once, so check it at least once more the next day to spot come mistakes you didn’t see during the first proofreading. The key to successful preparation, writing, and proofreading without effort is doing something regularly. Spend some time on the work every day, and by the end of the deadline, you will have a beautifully formatted sophisticated academic paper, and an excellent grade, of course.