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Tue Sep 04, 2012 11:26 am by student2012

Between Germany and japan who was the last to surrender during the second world war

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Need Help in writing a Research proposal

Sun Aug 19, 2012 6:31 am by The Students Forum(TSF)

How Do You Write a Research Proposal for Academic Writing
If you are in college then one of the many questions on your mind may be, how do you write a research proposal for academic writing. To write an academic research proposal is most likened to writing a proposal that addresses a project. The only difference is that the research proposal has either academic or scientific research at the …

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Writing Tips for Business Studies Students

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Post by The Students Forum(TSF) on Sun Aug 19, 2012 7:04 am

Writing Tips for Business Studies Students
If you are going to school for business, then you will definitely benefit from writing tips for business studies students. Just like any other form of course work, business studies on the university level requires that you as a business student have certain writing capabilities. If you do not get writing tips for business studies students from colleagues or other professors, then maybe you can get writing tips for business studies students from the examples and descriptions below.

Business studies may inevitably require that a host of university level writing be done in the form of reports, outlines and analyses. Without a clear foundation of how to accomplish this, the student will come off as an amateur. From planning to research, a business student must find a way to present themselves on paper as the consummate professional that they aspire to be in the business career.

To Plan or Not to Plan – Is that the Question?

Proper planning is essential when it comes to either choosing a topic or researching a topic that may have been assigned by a professor in a business class. If you do not plan your writing assignment accordingly then it might fall apart. So proper planning is essential.

It is during the planning phase that you will figure out how you intend on researching the topic, and what strategy you will employ to convey what ever assessment or message that you need to get across. You should always take the planning phase seriously when putting your plan together. This is also the phase of your writing where you can put an outline together. An outline will give you a rough sketch of how your essay or report will go. It is, in a sense, a blueprint of how your report will take form.


There are no bounds to the research that you can do on any given topic on any given day. Research is an essential step for putting together any form of writing. So if you were tasked with writing a report for your business class, or even putting together a business plan, you should know that the research that you do is essential. The information that you draw from your research will, in effect, be the meat and potatoes of your entire writing project, so you should definitely take it seriously. It is through the research phase that you will be able to draw solid conclusions.

A Few Writing Tips for Business Studies Students

Whenever you write – whatever you write should be as professional as possible. Once you put your plan of action together and complete all of your research, you should be ready to either put the pen to the paper or open up your laptop and scribble out a rough draft of your intended project.

It is important to observe the preferred format of your instructor. Whether that is APA (American Psychological Association) format or MLA (Modern Language Association) format, you need to make sure that you format your report or essay correctly. Normally, the preferred formatting style will be listed in your syllabus, however if it is not it does not hurt to either contact your professor or make sure that you are familiar with both formatting styles.

Another writing tip is to be sure to proof read your work. Proof reading is essential and it may be something that you might consider recruiting a few friends to help with. Nowadays, using the spell check and grammar check features are not enough. You will need to be sure to go over your work with a fine tooth comb. Doing such will make you look that much more professional to your professor, while getting you in the habit of looking over your work with the eye of an editor.

Do not be overly critical or overly analytical. If you are, you will end up ruining you essay or report. This is important when writing because more often than not writers have the tendency to over analyze their work once the work is completed. The advice here is that once it is done, either put it aside or turn it in to the professor.

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