REA's Quick and Easy Guide to Writing Your A+ Thesis

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Research & Education Assoc., 1996 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 88 pages
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The ability to write a cohesive, well thought out paper is necessary to succeed in any subject, whether the subject is in the physical sciences, math, or the liberal arts. Anyone who hopes to do well at school, at college, at work, or professionally, must master writing skills and techniques.

Other guides for writing do not clearly present which steps to complete, and in what order these steps should be tackled. Often these guides are filled with confusing directions and terminology, contain much extraneous material, and do not present the essential points that are of interest to students. REA's books are easy-to-understand tools for writing any kind of paper.

A valuable tool for anyone writing a thesis, whether it is an undergraduate, graduate, or doctoral thesis. Included is an in-depth explanation of the formulation of a thesis statement, types of thesis statements, and research techniques. Aids the writer in every step of developing, researching, composing, and submitting a thesis. Illustrated examples of bibliography and footnote entries are included. This book is a necessary tool for anyone who needs to write a strong thesis.


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The Beginning of aThesis
Exploring the Library
Taking Notes
Additional Material in aThesis and Formatting
Documentation or Footnotes
Tables Graphs and Illustrations in aThesis
The Product Final Draft

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