.Introduction-first page of the paper needs to be a introduction of the report.
.Body-Main part of the report,there must be a several sections with sub-headlines which should be well explained.
.Conclusion-last part of the paper and everything of the story comes to the end.
.Recommendations-This is what needs to be done as a remedy of all the issues which has been raised.
.Appendices-showing the information that the expert wil
A dissertation papers/essays may
appear to be frightening to the most of the learners, but I need to assure you that,
you need not fear anything, this is one of the simplest topic to handle in the
learning institutions. This is only a kind of a research papers just like the
others done by the learners. The main feature that differentiate it from the
other is its length, more substantial and written from the scratch. The main
concepts of dissertation lies on two important point’s i.e. analysis and
concepts. The main steps to be followed in composing this paper include:
on the concern to address, in order to make this more relevant one has to
research from several sources so as to have a relevant original problem. This
will help in repeating to some papers that has already being researched and
topic should be formulated into a problem or a title in a manner that it tries
to give out insights of what the paper is all about.
introduction/Chapter 1, this should include the rationale of the problem with a
well-established thesis statement. The main question to be exploited should be
well analyzed in the introduction part.
2-supporting the problem with a relevant literature review and studies. This
should considers all the gaps the papers wishes to address to.
3-Should analyze the methodologies used in carrying the data collection that
will be used in analyzing the problem.
4-Thisis the part that has the result or showing all the measurements used in
providing evidence as per as the thesis is concerned. It shows the viability of
the method used in the study.
5-This chapter describe the extensions, variations and any other related
applications towards the main idea/topic.
6-This is the conclusion of the paper. It should give out the summary of all
the learning and application of the thesis. It has to include the recommendations
and possibility of future research.
N/B The format of this paper may
differ depending on the universities requirements. Therefore in all this, the
paper should be written from scratch so as to avoid plagiarism.
The personal statement or narrative response is a critical factor in determining your advancement in scholarship and fellowship competitions. For those application processes that feature an interview, your written work must convince the selection committee that you are interesting, engaging, serious in your pursuits, and worthy of an interview. A compelling personal statement enables you to stand out in the field of other outstanding applicants, each of whom will have an impressive gpa and list of achievements.
Steps to be followed
- Have a consistent story line that focuses on your special aspects, accomplishments, interests, and experiences. Do NOT present a “resume in prose” but an essay with an introduction, thesis, supporting material, and conclusion. You must engage the reader quickly with intriguing or compelling opening and closing sentences in each paragraph.
- Maintain a sharp focus. You cannot share EVERY interest or accomplishment, so don’t try. See above. (It is more compelling to describe one or two things in detail and with consideration than to gloss over many of your interests and accomplishments.)
- Make it interesting. Which of your experiences, ideas, accomplishments, etc. are exciting, unique, compelling? Which will engage the reader? Use these as part of your personal statement. But remember, you can take a somewhat mundane job, service, or situation and make it interesting by the way you present it. You don’t have to bungee jump in your spare time to be an interesting candidate!
- Be yourself. In a “blind” reading of your application with other applications, your teachers and family should be able to identify yours. Your responses should be those that only YOU can write. Therefore, reflect upon an experience that was uniquely yours. Remember, your experience doesn’t have to be universally profound, but it should have greatly affected you.
- Avoid generalizations (those things that most applicants could say about themselves, e.g. “I enjoy challenges,” “I want to get the most out of life,” “I want to serve my community”) and clichés.
- Avoid undue repetition. Every word counts and should serve its purpose in advancing your personal statement.
- Show your knowledge of your planned course/place of study, your future career, the aims of the scholarship, relevant current events, etc. with specific references.
- Have perfect spelling, punctuation, and grammar.
- Edit, edit, edit. Rewrite, rewrite, rewrite. . . .
- Get someone to review your statement. At least one of your major professors should read over your statement for content and clarity.
This is one main academic essay done in most of all the learning institutions in the world.It has three main components,namely :Introduction,the body hand the conclusion. You need to have one paragraph as the introduction,three paragraphs in the body and one paragraph to make the conclusion.