BLOG 2: A 10-step guide to make your research paper abstract more effective
By Clarinda Cerejo
An abstract is like a movie trailer. It offers a preview, highlights key points, and helps the audience decide whether to view the entire work. Abstracts are the pivot of a research paper because many journal editorial boards screen manuscripts only on the basis of the abstract.
If your abstract doesn’t grab their attention and make a good first impression, there’s a good chance your research paper will be rejected at the outset. Moreover, even after your research paper is published, your abstract will be the first, and possibly only, thing readers will access through electronic searches. They will only consider reading the rest of the manuscript if they find your abstract interesting. (…)
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Then, answer the following questions:
- Do you think these tips are useful when writing your research? 2. Which ones do you think are the most helpful? Explain. 3. Accoding to the Writer What do you think would be the most difficult part to elaborate in an Abstract? Why? WRITE YOUR COMMENTS AND SHARE YOUR OPINIONS