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25 November 2014 In Academic

It is your junior year of high school. You are filling out applications for different colleges or universities you want to attend when you are done with high school. One of the prompts asks for an essay to be written in APA (American Psychological Association) format. However, your teachers never taught you APA format in high school. You struggle to find what APA is by researching the library and the Internet, until you come to this helpful guide.

First, look at the question. And, deconstruct the question at hand. For example, the admission essay question asked, “Where would you like to be twenty years from now?” The first step you have to do is brainstorm. When brainstorming, draw diagrams (circle or linear) of where would you like to be one year from now, then five years, then ten years, finally reaching to twenty years. If you have not yet done so, make your career choice for college. If you are completely lost about a career choice, research career fields on the Internet or take a career assessment test online. If the question calls for extra research in the library, search for information in journals, articles, and books, and cite your sources. Paraphrase your information and write down the material on note cards or on notebook paper. Do not copy word for word, unless you are quoting someone. Directly copying from a source is called plagiarism.

Second, make an outline. Separate the outline five years at a time and plan your life in stages, such as your graduation from high school, your college major, your undergraduate graduation, your postgraduate ambitions (if you have any), where you would like to work and live, just to name a few examples.

When you are done brainstorming and writing an outline, it is time to write a rough draft. Print your rough draft on 8.5” by 11” paper with 1” margins on all sides. The paper should be double space. Double space the paper. Use 12-point Times New Roman or Courier (serif typeface).

Number each page, starting with the title page. Page numbers need to be located in the upper right corner of your admissions essay. The first words of the title should be in the right corner of every page.

The running header is at the top of every page. The running header should be 50 characters and in all capital letters. The running header should be located on the upper left corner of the title page. Order your descriptive research paper in this manner: Title Page, Essay, and References,

The title of your admissions paper should be ten to twelve words, short and concise. The title should be located on the top of the page, centered, and in sentence case. On a new line, put your first name, middle initial, and last name. If you have a suffix in your name (like Jr. or III), put a space between the last name and the suffix. The next line should be the name of your high school. If you are home schooled or do not attend high school, list the city or state. If you live outside the United States, list the city, state or province, and the country.

For the essay, write from the heart, and cite your sources when necessary. A couple of examples of citing a source are when figures are used, someone is quoted or gives their opinion, and an important fact is provided.

List the sources of your admissions essay on the references page. To properly source your references, go to the Purdue OWL Writing Lab

(http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/).

An admissions essay’s goal is to prove to the admissions committee of a college or a university that you are qualified to enter their institution for higher learning. This guide will help you step-by-step in writing your admissions essay to the fullest of possibilities.

25 November 2014 In Academic

In your U.S. History class at your college or university, you are assigned to write a typed take home essay about the Louisiana Purchase. The essay requires you to type the essay in APA format. However, you have never been exposed to APA (American Psychological Association) format. You search in the library for books on the subject and on the Internet for a guide to help you write APA style papers. This guide can help you write APA essays.

First, for your essay, you need to gather material from sources such as books, research journals, and articles. Search for notes, highlight important points from the sources, and paraphrase ideas from the sources.

When you have completed reading your sources for your essay, begin writing your first rough draft. You will need to use 8.5” by 11” paper with 1” margins on all sides. The research project needs to be double spaced and typed with 12-point serif typeface (Times New Roman or Courier).

Every page of your research project should be numbered on the upper right corner, beginning with the title page. The next step in your essay is to write your rough draft. The order of your paper should be Title, Abstract, Introduction, Research, and References.

Shorten your essay’s title and make sure that it does not go over twelve words. The title should be on the top of the page and centered. The title should be typed in sentence case. Press enter twice, and type your first name, middle initial, and last name. If you are named “Jr.” or “III,” put a space between the last name and the suffix. For the next new line of your essay, enter the name of your college or university where you conducted research. If you don’t have a research institution, you can list the city and state where you conducted the research for your essay. If you are researching outside of the United States, list your city, province, and the country.

Next on the second page, the abstract is the summary of your essay. The maximum of the abstract should be 120 words. Highlight the most important details of your essay in the abstract. Abbreviations and special terms should be labeled (except

units of measurement). Previous research should be noted in this section.

The introduction is listed on the third page. The purpose of the essay, background information, and problem should be presented. The details to the problem’s importance and works which are applicable to the paper should be identified. Your thesis and supporting statements needs be mentioned in this section.

Next, for the research section, place the running header on the upper left side of the page. Center the title on the top of the page, which should be in sentence case. In this section, mention your thesis and supporting statements at the end of the first paragraph. In subsequent paragraphs, give topic sentences which support your theory and give information from your research that will help support your thesis. In the conclusion, restate your thesis and give a summary of the points that you made, proving your thesis to be true or false.

Finally, name your essay’s sources on the references page. A guide to

properly cite your references is located at the Purdue OWL Writing Lab (http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/).

An essay is a method of communication to get your points out to your audience. By using this guide, you will not have any problems using APA style in your essays.

25 November 2014 In Academic

The end of the semester has come. The final project of your American Government class in high school is due in less than a month. The assignment calls for the research project to be in APA format. APA (American Psychological Association) format is unfamiliar to you. You look for help to write your research project. Here is your guide to write your research project.

First, in your research project, gather material from books, research journals, and articles. Look for notes, highlight important notes and points from sources. Paraphrase ideas and topics from the sources.

When you have completed reading and researching material for your research project, you need to begin writing your first rough draft. Use 8.5” by 11” paper with 1” margins on all sides. Double space the research project and type it with 12-point serif typeface (Times New Roman or Courier). Figures need to be labeled with 12-point sans serif typeface (Arial or Helvetica).

Number every page of your research project on the upper right corner, starting with the title page. Artwork and figures are the only pages that are not numbered. Next, begin to write your rough draft. Order your paper in this fashion: Title, Abstract, Introduction, Research, and References.

For the title of your research project, make the title concise and not go over twelve words. The title should be on top of the page and centered. The title should be typed in sentence case. On a new line, type your first name, middle initial, and last name. If you are named “Jr.” or “III,” put a space between your last name and the suffix. For the next new line of your research project, enter the name of the college or university where you carried out your research project. If you don’t have a research institution, you can list the city and state where you researched for your research project. If you are located outside of the United States, list your city, state or province, and country.

On page two, is the abstract which is the summary of your research paper. The abstract is 120 words long. List the most important details of your research project. Label abbreviations and special terms (except units of measurement). Note previous research for your research project.

Following the abstract is the introduction. The research project’s purpose, background information, presented problem, details about the problem’s importance, and identify works which are applicable to the paper. Place your hypothesis and supportive sentences in this section.

Next, for the research section, put the running header on the upper left side of the page. Place the title on top of the page. Format the title in sentence case. Tell about your research project, the results you have found, and your conclusions. You write your essay and give your facts that help support your viewpoints. You reference your sources by putting an inline citation, such as (Author, page number) in order not to plagiarize ideas.

Lastly, name your research project’s sources on the reference page. The Purdue OWL Writing Lab has a wonderful guide to cite your references. (http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/). Cite your references in alphabetical order, starting with last name and first name.

Your research project is an informative communicative essay to promote your findings. With this article, you can be prepared in using the APA format.

 

25 November 2014 In Academic

In your finance class in college, your instructor wants you to write a business research paper in APA format.  You know the material, but you do not know what APA (American Psychological Association) format is. You go to the library and search for answers. On the Internet you find this guide that will help you format APA papers. APA papers are generally used in the fields of education, social sciences, and psychology. In this guide, you will find tips in formatting an APA business research paper.

The first step in your business research paper is locating material from sources such as books, research journals, and articles. Write notes and highlight important points from the sources. Paraphrase ideas from the sources.

After you have completed reading your sources for your business research paper, start writing your rough draft. You will need to use 8.5” by 11” paper with 1” margins on all sides. The research project needs to be double spaced and typed with 12-point serif typeface (Times New Roman or Courier). If you have figures, you need to label them with 12-point sans serif typeface (Arial or Helvetica).

Beginning with the title page, every page of your research project should be numbered on the upper right corner. Do not number the pages with artwork and figures. The next step in your business research paper is to write your rough draft. The order of your paper should be Title, Abstract, Introduction, Research, and References.

Shorten your business research paper’s title. Make sure that the title does not go over twelve words. The title should be on the top of the page and centered. The title should be typed in sentence case. Press enter twice, and type your first name, middle initial, and last name. If you are named “Jr.” or “III,” put a space between the last name and the suffix. For the next new line of your business research paper, enter the name of your college or university where you conducted research. If you don’t have a research institution, you can list the city and state where you conducted the research for your project. If you are researching outside of the United States, list your city, province, and the country.

The abstract is the summary of your research paper. Located on page two, the abstract should be at most 120 words. Highlight the most important details of your business research paper. Abbreviations and special terms should be labeled (except units of measurement). Previous research should be noted in this section.

The introduction is listed on the third page. The purpose of the business research paper, background information, presented problem, give details to the problem’s importance, and identify works which are applicable to the paper. Your thesis and supporting statements should be mentioned in this section.

Next, for the research section, place the running header on the upper left side of the page. Center the title on the top of the page, which should be in sentence case. Describe your business research paper, the information that you are trying to prove (thesis and supporting statements), topic sentences and evidence to support your thesis, and your conclusions.

Finally, name your business research paper’s sources on the references page. A guide to properly cite your references is located at the Purdue OWL Writing Lab (http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/).

A business research paper is a paper that communicates a topic about the world’s workforce. With this guide, you can be assured to format your paper correctly in the APA format.

25 November 2014 In Academic

In your economics class at your university, your instructor wants you to write an economics research paper in APA format. The paper is worth thirty percent of your grade. You do not know what APA (American Psychological Association) format is, but you know the material. You go to the library and search for answers. On the Internet you find this guide that will help you format APA papers. APA papers are generally used in the fields of education, social sciences, and psychology. In this guide, you will find tips in formatting an APA economics research paper.

The first step in your economics research paper is finding material from sources such as research journals, books, and articles. Highlight important points, write notes, and paraphrase ideas from the sources.

Start writing your rough draft after you have finished researching your paper. You will need to use 8.5” by 11” paper with 1” margins on all sides. The economics research paper needs to be double spaced and typed with 12-point serif typeface (Times New Roman or Courier). If you have figures, you need to label them with 12-point sans serif typeface (Arial or Helvetica).

Beginning with the title page, every page of your economics research paper should be numbered on the upper right corner. Do not number the pages with artwork and figures. The next step in your economics research paper is to write your rough draft. The order of your paper should be Title, Abstract, Introduction, Research, and References.

Make your economics research paper’s title concise. Be sure that the title does not go over twelve words. The title should be on the top of the page and centered. The title should be typed in sentence case. Press enter twice, and type your first name, middle initial, and last name. If you are named “Jr.” or “III,” put a space between the last name and the suffix. For the next new line of your economics research paper, enter the name of your college or university where you conducted research. If you don’t have a research institution, you can list the city and state where you conducted the research for your project. If you are researching outside of the United States, list your city, province, and the country.

The abstract is the summary of your economics research paper. Located on page two, the abstract should be at most 120 words. Highlight the most important details of your economics research paper. Abbreviations and special terms should be labeled (except units of measurement). Previous research should be noted in this section.

The introduction is listed on the third page. The purpose of the economics research paper, background information, presented problem, give details to the problem’s importance, and identify works which are applicable to the paper. Your thesis and supporting statements should be mentioned in this section.

Next, for the research section, place the running header on the upper left side of the page. Center the title on the top of the page, which should be in sentence case. Describe your economic research paper, the information that you are trying to prove (thesis and supporting statements), topic sentences and evidence to support your thesis, and your conclusions.

Finally, name your economic research paper’s sources on the references page. A guide to properly cite your references is located at the Purdue OWL Writing Lab (http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/).

An economic research paper is a paper that communicates a related topic about the state of the world’s economy. With this guide, you can guarantee that your paper will be formatted correctly in APA format.

25 November 2014 In Academic

In your Introduction to Accounting class at your university, your instructor wants you to write an accounting essay in APA format. You do not have experience with APA format or do not know what the acronym stands for. However, you know the accounting material pretty good. APA stands for American Psychological Association. The format is used in psychology, education, and social sciences. Next, you go to the library to look for answers. Searching on the Internet, you find this guide that will help you format APA papers. In this guide, you will find tips in formatting an APA accounting essay.

The first step in your accounting essay is to find from sources such as research journals, books, and articles. Highlight important points, write notes, and paraphrase ideas from the sources.

Start writing your rough draft after you have finished researching your paper. You will need to use 8.5” by 11” paper with 1” margins on all sides. The accounting essay needs to be double spaced and typed with 12-point serif typeface (Times New Roman or Courier). If you have figures, you need to label them with 12-point sans serif typeface (Arial or Helvetica).

Beginning with the title page, every page of your accounting essay should be numbered on the upper right corner. Do not number the pages with artwork and figures. The next step in your accounting essay is to write your rough draft. Order your paper in this way: Title, Abstract, Introduction, Research, and References.

Make your accounting essay’s title shortened. Be sure that the title does not go over twelve words. The title should be on the top of the page and centered. The title should be typed in sentence case. Press enter twice, and type your first name, middle initial, and last name. If you are named “Jr.” or “III,” put a space between the last name and the suffix. For the next new line of your accounting essay, enter the name of your college or university where you conducted research. If you don’t have a research institution, you can list the city and state where you conducted the research for your project. If you are researching outside of the United States, list your city, province, and the country.

The abstract is the summary of your accounting essay. The abstract should be at most 120 words and located on the second page. Highlight the most important details of your economics research paper. Abbreviations and special terms should be labeled (except units of measurement). Previous research should be noted in this section.

The introduction is listed on the third page. The purpose of the economics research paper, background information, presented problem, give details to the problem’s importance, and identify works which are applicable to the paper. Your thesis and supporting statements should be mentioned in this section.

Next, for the research section, place the running header on the upper left side of the page. Center the title on the top of the page, which should be in sentence case. Describe your accounting essay, the information that you are trying to prove (thesis and supporting statements), topic sentences and evidence to support your thesis, and your conclusions.

Finally, name your accounting essay’s sources on the references page. A guide to properly cite your references is located at the Purdue OWL Writing Lab (http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/).

An accounting essay is a report which provides information about company data. With this guide, you can guarantee that your paper will be formatted correctly in APA format.

25 November 2014 In Academic

Your Psychology professor has assigned your class with a research paper that is due in a month. She wants the paper to be done in APA format. Being a person who wasn’t exposed to APA format while growing up, you are looking for a guide to help you with research papers. This article will teach you how to write psychology essays in APA style.

APA stands for the American Psychological Association. The difference between APA and other papers is that APA papers are notable in the behavioral sciences, education, and social sciences.

Whenever you are undergoing your research for your psychology essay, a wise idea would be to write down important information on note cards. The information can range from quotations to sentences and paragraphs. If you are copying sentences and paragraphs, be sure to paraphrase the information in your psychology essay so that you will not be accused of plagiarism. Also, be sure to write down the source of the material for your reference page at the end of your report.

After you are finished with your reading and investigating material for your research paper, it is time to write your rough draft. For your research paper, you should use 8.5” by 11” paper with 1” margins on all sides. You need to double space the paper on each line. The fonts you should use are 12-point Times New Roman or Courier (serif typeface). Figure labels need to use 12-point Arial, Helvetica, or any sans serif typeface.

Each page should be numbered, beginning with the title page. Pages with figures or artwork are not numbered. Put your page numbers in the upper right corner of your psychology essay. The first words of the title should be in the right corner of every page, except for pages with figures and artwork. Next, the running head is the shortened title which should be at the top of every page of the manuscript. The length of the running head should be 50 characters and in all capital letters located on the upper left corner of the title page. The order of your paper should be Title Page, Abstract, Introduction, Method, Results, Discussion, References, and Appendices.

The title of your psychology essay should be ten to twelve words and concise. Center the title on the top of the page and type the title in upper and lower case letters. On the new line, center your first name, middle initial, and last name. If you have a suffix in your name (like Jr. or III), put a space between the last name and the suffix. Next on a new line, the name of your college or university should be listed underneath your name. If the place where you conducted research is not at a college or a university, list the city and state. If your location is outside the United States, list the city, state or province, and the country.


The abstract is a clear, short summary of your psychology essay. The paragraph should be at most 120 words, starting at page two. The most important details of your paper should be highlighted. Abbreviations and special terms (except units of measurement) should be labeled in this section. If you have previous research on your topic, it needs to be cited in this section.

The third page is the introduction. You place the background information and purpose of your psychology essay, present your problem, explain why the problem is important, and identify works which are applicable to the paper. You also put your hypothesis and your variables in this section as well.

In the method section, you mention information so that the reader can repeat your experiment. Separate the section into three categories: participants, materials, and procedures. In the participants section, tell about how you selected the participants, the number of the participants you selected, and the number of participants in each sample. In the materials section, tell about the tools that you used. For the procedure, make sure that you have an outline of your research paper.

The fifth section, the results section, gives a synopsis of the statistics and data you incorporated into your paper. Place the tables and data in this section.

For your discussion page, start with a statement which contradicts or supports your original hypothesis. If others have done similar research, compare and contrast their research with yours. And, make a statement on your conclusions.

Next, your references page is where you list the sources of your research paper. To properly cite your references, go to the Purdue OWL Writing Lab (http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/).

With the following page, the appendices detail the information which would not be proper to incorporate into the main body of your research paper. If you have appendices, name them with “Appendix A,” “Appendix B,” et. cetera.

Your psychology essay is a composite of the information you have gathered and the results that you have discovered. This article can help properly format your essay in APA format.

25 November 2014 In Academic

Throughout your college career, you will be assigned with many college essays. Some college essays will require you to write in a specific format. One format that requires specific attention to detail is APA format. APA (American Psychological Association) papers are notable in behavioral sciences, education, and social sciences.

The first step in researching for your college essay is to research information in the library. Look up subjects that relate to your topic, such as articles and books. Whenever you are undergoing your research for your college essay, a good idea is to write information down on note cards. Quotations, sentences,and paragraphs can be noted on the note cards. If you are copying information, be sure to paraphrase the information in your own words, so that you won’t be accused of plagiarism.

When you are finished reading and investigating material for your research paper, start writing your rough draft. You should use 8.5” by 11” paper with 1” margins on all sides. Double space the paper. The fonts you should use are 12-point Times New Roman or Courier (serif typeface). Figure labels need to use 12-point Arial, Helvetica, or any sans serif typeface.

Number each page, starting with the title page. Figures and artwork are not numbered. Put your page numbers in the upper right corner of your college essay. The title’s first words should be in the right corner of every page. Next, the running head is the shortened title which should be at the top of every page. The running head should be 50 characters and in all capital characters. The running header should be located on the upper left corner of the title page. Order your paper in this fashion: Title Page, Abstract, Introduction, Essay, and References.

The title of your college essay should be at most ten to twelve words and centered on top of the page. The title should be in sentence case.  For the next line, put your first name, middle initial, and last name. If you have a suffix in your last name (like Jr. or III), put a space in between the last name and the suffix. Next on a new line, your college or university should be listed underneath your name. If you did not conduct research at a college or university, list the city and state. If your location is outside the United States, list the city, state or province, and the country.

Beginning at page two, the abstract is a concise summary of your college essay. The paragraph should be 120 words maximum. The most important details of your paper should be highlighted. List abbreviations and special terms (except units of measurement). Previous research on your topic needs to be mentioned in this section.

Next, is the introduction. Background information, purpose of your college essay, problem presented, explanation of why the problem is important, and identification of works which are applicable to the paper are included here. Your hypothesis and variables are located in this section, too.

After the introduction, you type your college essay. Make a theory in the beginning paragraph. In the subsequent paragraphs include evidence which support your theory. Use quotations, statements, and other examples to incorporate into your paper. Be sure to use inline citations such as (Author, page number) to cite your sources.

Lastly, your reference page is the list of sources for your college essay. Go to the Purdue OWL Writing Lab to properly cite your sources (http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/).

Essays can be difficult to write in college. With this guide on the APA format, you can go step by step in formatting your college essay.

 

25 November 2014 In Academic

Your college English Literature teacher in college has made an assignment to create a literature review for your class. She wants it done in APA style. You don’t know how to format the literature review, what it is supposed to consist of, and do not know what APA is. Researching in the library for books on the subject, you can’t find anything. Later, you look to the web, and you find this article online. In this article, you will be taught how to format a literature review in APA format.

APA stands for the American Psychological Association. APA papers are notable in behavioral sciences, education, and social sciences.

A literature review is similar to a book review. It is an explanation of a subject that has been published by scholars and researchers. The goal of a literature review is to communicate to the audience the ideas and knowledge that the topic has established as well as their strengths and weaknesses. The literature review needs to have a certain objective, problem, or thesis that you are arguing as your focal point of the paper.

Before you write your literature review, you need to read the book.  While you read your book, gather the basic information about the book such as the author, number of pages, the publisher, and the year of publication. Take copious notes on each chapter. Think about the characters, the theme, the scenes, and the overall message. Highlight the important points of the book. And, you should give an overall summary of each chapter.

When you are done reading your book, think about the plot, characters, theme, and goals of the book. Read literature reviews and articles about the book. For your literature review, you should use 8.5” by 11” paper with 1” margins on all sides. You should double space the entire paper. Use 12-point Times New Roman or Courier (serif typeface) font for typing.

Number each page, starting with the title page. Page numbers should be placed on the paper on the upper right corner of every page. Next, the running head is the shortened title placed at the top of every page of the book report. The running head’s length should be 50 characters in all capital letters on the title page’s upper left corner. Arrange your paper in this order: Title Page, Literature Review, and References.

The title page of your literature review should be ten to twelve words and concise. The title should be centered on the top of the page and typed in sentence case. Press enter twice, center your first name, middle initial, and last name. If you are named “Jr.” or “III,” place a space between the last name and the suffix. Next on a new line underneath your name, put your college or university. If you do not have a college or university, list the city or state that you are researching.  If your college or university is located outside of the United States, list the city, state or province, and country.

In the research section, announce the book’s title and the author’s name. The literature review needs to accomplish certain tasks, organize around and directly relate to the thesis or research question you are developing, make results into a summary of unknowns and knowns, look at all areas of controversy in the literature, ponder extra questions which need extra research. Arrange the literature review into parts which have themes or identify progressive trends. Have a thesis and supporting clauses in the first paragraph. In subsequent paragraphs, list topic sentences which support your thesis and give evidence for your topic sentence. Conclude with a summary, reiterating the main points of the literature review.

Reference your book with citations, such as (author, page number). Your references page is where you list your sources of your literature review. To properly cite your references, go to the Purdue OWL Writing Lab (http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/).

A literature review tells your audience the significance of the book you have read. A literature review serves as an effective critique to your audience

25 November 2014 In Academic

Your university English Language teacher has asked you to write a comparative analysis paper. This paper, also known as a compare and contrast, allows the writer to analyze two different things or ideas. She wants you to write the paper in APA format. APA is an acronym for American Psychological Association. The APA’s format is popular in education, social sciences and behavioral sciences. This article will help you format a comparative analysis paper.

The first step in your thesis is to conduct research in books, articles, and scholarly journals. . Make notes of important concepts found in the book or article. Paraphrase the notes on note cards or on a separate sheet of paper. Be sure to write down the source where you received the information, in order to put on your reference page.

When you have completely finished researching for your PhD. thesis paper, begin writing for your rough draft. The paper you should use for your rough draft is 8.5” by 11” with 1” margins on all sides. The paper needs to be double spaced. Type in 12-point Times New Roman or Courier (serif typeface). Figure labels are typed in 12-point Arial, Helvetica, or any sans serif typeface.

Number each page, beginning with the title page. Figures and artwork are not numbered. Page numbers need to be located in the upper right corner of the thesis. The title’s first words should be in the right corner of every page, except for pages with figures and artwork.

Located at the top of every page is the running header. The running header should be 50 characters and in all capital letters. Order your comparative analysis paper in this way: Title Page, Abstract, Introduction, Comparative Analysis Paper, and References.

Your comparative analysis’s title should be short, and not more than ten to twelve words. Center the title on the top of the page and put the title in sentence case. On the new line, center your first name, middle initial, and last name. If you have a suffix in your name (like Jr. or III), put a space between the last name and the suffix. The name of your college or university should be listed on a new line. List the city or state, if the place where you conducted research is not at a college or a university. If you are located outside the United States, list the city, state or province, and the country.

The abstract is a clear, short summary of your comparative analysis. Starting at page two, the paragraph should be at most 120 words. In this section, the most important details of your paper should be highlighted. Abbreviations and special terms (except units of measurement) should be labeled in this section. If you have previous research on your topic, it needs to be cited here.

The introduction is listed on the third page of your comparative analysis. You put the background information and purpose of your thesis, present your problem, explain why the problem is important, and identify works which are applicable to the paper. You also put your hypothesis and your variables in this section as well.

In the research portion, which is the bulk of your comparative analysis paper, first begin with a paragraph which contains your thesis statement. Your thesis statement can compare and contrast people, places, things, or events. Give reasons why the two items are the same and how they are different.

As you write your comparative analysis paper, introduce the paragraphs through topic sentence. Sentences in the paragraph need to be evidence to help support the viewpoint of the topic sentence. This is where you integrate your material from your research into your comparative analysis paper. You make an internal citation by using (Author, page number) of the source that you are referencing.

In your conclusion, you can state that your thesis statement has been supported by presenting ample evidence. Remind the reader of the points that you have made in the thesis and ways that these points are connected.

For your reference page, you list the sources of your research paper.

To properly cite your references, go to the Purdue OWL Writing Lab (http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/).

A comparative analysis paper is a paper which compares and contrasts two different things or ideas for the reader to comprehend. APA style makes it easier to format the paper for the audience to read.

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