Checklist: Writing a research paper
Research papers are essential in your academic life, and writing a proper research paper is not hard. Still, everyone needs a detailed checklist to feel sure about completing a research paper. We’re here to help you with a thorough list.
You may want to use this checklist while writing your research paper to keep track of your writing process, you may use it after you’ve finished your paper to check your work before submitting it, or you can do both and foolproof your work, it’s up to you.
Always double-check your paper to make sure you didn’t use someone else’s ideas (including paraphrasing) in your paper without citing them. Check our How to cite in MLA and How to cite in APA articles for more information.
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Your English style should always be consistent throughout the process of writing your research paper, essay, or dissertation. Even though there are more than 160 different English dialects worldwide, American English and British English are known as the most commonly used styles.
Active voice and passive voice define how an action is told. While the subject is doing the action in active voice, the person or thing that receives the action comes before the verb in passive voice. You should use the correct verb tense to create a passive voice.
The two lists below show commonly used phrasal verbs in academic writing and their one-word synonyms. Although it is academically acceptable to use phrasal verbs, you might want to switch them to their one-word synonyms to make your writing diverse and more professional.