Any research project, regardless of the topic and complexity of the work, cannot be imagined without annotations. There is a number of strict rules when it comes to bibliography annotations: most importantly, they need to follow the specific guidelines for each formatting style. Annotated bibliography entries serve different purposes. Some annotations are put there in … Continue reading "How to Write an Annotated Bibliography (MLA & APA & Chicago) Step By Step?"
A thesis statement may be one of the shortest academic works you’ll ever be tasked to write, but at the same time it’s one of the most essential ones. A thesis statement can be just a sentence long, but it’s the one sentence that allows the reader to know whether your work is useful and … Continue reading "How To Write A Thesis Statement – Introduction"
For many research paper writers, finding the right topic is often the most complex part of the writing process. You can’t even begin to work on a research paper without knowing the topic, and sometimes that step can take ages. If your imagination fails you and you have no idea what to write about even … Continue reading "Research Paper Topics – An Introduction"
Some students may find formatting rules to be extra work or even useless, but in reality different formatting styles allow students to make their work neater and uniform, which is a great thing for everyone involved. The first step in formatting your work in MLA style is creating an outline – even though it is … Continue reading "MLA Format Paper Introduction"