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Sept. 14, 2012
-- Elite Research announces help hints for report writing. Elite Research is a global provider of research design and statistical consulting. Elite Research supports academic, corporate, medical/health, and non-profit researchers in designing, collecting, analysing, and reporting efficient and accurate results.
Most academics and professionals will have to write reports at some point during their careers. Report writing can be a stressful and mysterious experience for some. However, you can simplify the process of writing reports first by determining what type of report you will be writing and then by writing the framework of your report before you write anything else.
To write a successful report, you should first determine what type of report you will be writing because reports can come in a variety of types: business plans, business proposals, project proposals, etc. After you have decided what type of report you will be writing, then you should read other reports of that type to familiarize yourself with the structure, format, and requirements for that kind of report. You should ask the organization to which you are submitting the report if they can provide you with previous examples of that type of report.
After you have reviewed examples of the type of report you need to write, you should create the framework of your report before you write anything else. Depending on the type and length of report that you are writing, the framework for your report could be the table of contents, an outline of all major headings and subheadings, or both. Once you have constructed the framework of your report, you can easily create content for your report by adding information to each section of the framework. Remember that you do not necessarily have to begin writing at the introduction to add information to your report framework. Most people find it easier to write the introduction after they have written the method, results, and discussion portions of their reports.
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