When I graduated college, a lot of my friends and even my classmates back in high school were asking me how to write a research paper and how I actually did mine? They were teasing me that because I am a daughter of a teacher that’s why I could write articles [since I was in elementary] as fast as I could and seemed like no-sweat for me. But hey, it’s not like. Being a daughter of a teacher has nothing to do with the passion to write. True, isn’t it?
How To Write a Research Paper? (image from educationalstar.com)
Needless to say, writing a research paper isn’t as simple and as easy as writing the alphabet. It is actually writing an article that should be coming not just from the mind of the writer but also from the heart. This is because I personally believe that what comes out in ones mouth, or hand in this writing matter, was first dictated by the heart and processed even more by the brain. With this, I presume that every writer, be it a scientific research writer, news or any feature article writer and the like, has always the mind and heart for writing. If one sees them writing a 300+ or 500-word article in half an hour, it is not a new achievement for them since they area already been used to writing and their hearts and mind are always ready for new niche to talk and write about.
When it comes to research paper writing, if I may sounding right, no teacher provides a student something to research on if he or she doesn’t want the topic. That is basically, as far as I have understood, the reason why it is best that the research topic that each student will be working on is his or her choice so he or she can freely put his right foot forward on the said paper works. Though it is not easy to write, one can refer to research paper examplesonline or those available in the school libraries as their basis to come up with their own paper works. In this way, the student will not just surely make his paper done but he’ll learn by himself how to write a research paper.