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Have You Been Facing Proposal Writing Problems?

Don't Know How To Write a Research Proposal? Don't Know How To Start It?

So, you have been asked by your professors to do research on particular subject, gather in-depth material and write a research proposal. But you don't know what it is and how to start it. Well, this is quite an ordeal but don't you worry because will definitely help you get the finest proposal.

Basically a proposal is a prerequisite that needs to be approved by your professor before you move on to the next phase, which is, actual research paper writing. The main purpose of writing a proposal is to show your professors or the significant readers that the subject you want to research on is worthwhile and you have enough knowledge and skills to produce a comprehensive research on it. However, before you take your first step of writing a proposal you first need to determine three important things.

  • What topic do you want to investigate?
  • What do you think it is worthwhile?
  • What methods you plan to use to do the research?

Keep in mind that every research proposal is has three main sections. First is introduction, second is methodology and third is result, regardless of what subject you pick out to study.

Every proposal starts from a title or cover page. This first page of your assignment contains the title of your research, your name, professor's name and date of submission. Keep in mind that you need to come up with a catchy title to catch the interest of the reader right from the start. To see the examples of some catchy titles, use a search engine and look for famous research papers.

The first section, that is, introduction describes to the audience what you want to investigate and why. This section is followed by an abstract page where you give a brief summary of the entire study. This includes the main questions you plan to answer and the problems you want to tackle. Some proposals also have a theory or hypothesis section.

Research proposals also have a literature review section that provides some previous researches on the subject that you are investigating. This section is followed by the methodology section that contains a comprehensive explanation of the methods that have been used to carry out the investigation.

In the end you write a result section where you will show your professor what type of result you are expecting to acquire from this research.

Learning how to write a proposal is one thing but writing an actual proposal is totally a different thing. Not every student has the time or skills to write a proposal or get it approved in his/her first attempt. Well... you don't need to worry anymore because is here for you. So feel free to avail our services.


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