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Study English: Writing an Abstract

An abstract is a standalone
statement that enables readers to obtain an overview of your
whole work. NB: It resembles your conclusion more than your introduction.

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Study English: Writing an Abstract

An abstract is a standalone
statement that enables readers to obtain an overview of your
whole work. NB: It resembles your conclusion more than your introduction.

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Writing an Abstract - Extended Essay for IB - TTS LibGuides at Tanglin Trust School

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An abstract is a concise, stand-alone statement that conveys the essential information contained in an article, book, research paper, or document.  Written in direct non-repetitive style, the abstract should: identify the problem (research question or thesis) investigated; describe the scope or method of investigation; summarize the results; state the conclusion(s).

 

 


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Writing an Abstract - Extended Essay for IB - TTS LibGuides at Tanglin Trust School

Writing an Abstract - Extended Essay for IB - TTS LibGuides at Tanglin Trust School | Academic writing | Scoop.it

An abstract is a concise, stand-alone statement that conveys the essential information contained in an article, book, research paper, or document.  Written in direct non-repetitive style, the abstract should: identify the problem (research question or thesis) investigated; describe the scope or method of investigation; summarize the results; state the conclusion(s).

 

 


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Proposal Writing: How to Write an Abstract Part 1

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This article describes how to write an abstract for business, proposals, grant, conference and academic papers. Why write an abstract? It depends.

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Proposal Writing: How to Write an Abstract Part 1

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Academic Phrasebank

A general reource for academic writers. It aims to provide some of the phraseological 'nuts and bolts' of writing.

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