After completing your rough draft, it is very important to revise it. It needs to be done with a holistic approach so that all aspects of the paper are dealt with and all flaws can be corrected. You need to be particularly careful about punctuation, grammar and spelling and even the tone as well, if you have a specific audience to target.
When you conduct research, you find both primary and secondary sources getting used. Scholars need to know the distinction between the two very clearly so that they are able to use them in an appropriate fashion.
Images and figures make up an integral part of scientific papers. They are surprisingly the most overlooked. Writers must remember that figures are the first thing seen by the reader and have an impact on the reader’s decision of whether to read or not the paper.
There is always some approach that works well for each one of us when we are into doing our research process. You need to find what works best for you. However, before actually you discover the most appropriate approach for yourself, you need to find a way to plan your research schedule. That is very important.
When you start your PhD, the three years’ time that is allotted to you seems like a lot of time. You know naïve PHD scholars often feel that it is too much of time to complete a thesis that could be easily completed in even less than half the time approved. Wish if it were that simple. The work is not just this much, before you even start writing, you need to retrieve all the necessary information so that you have a good understanding of the research topic and are able to use it effectively. So researcher should always remember that there is a thumb rule in research that it tales double the length of time you think it would take.
You have chosen to participate in a conference that is essential while you are on the path of pursuing your PhD. You have all the required information you may need for writing your abstract and you have the requirements in place in your mind, in terms of the topic, word limit and other stiff but surprisingly you still struggle with how to do it and from where to begin with.