What are the basic rules to follow to write a research paper?

Please go through these articles to know about writing academic paper. It will help you writing any assignment/ project at Project Guru.

  1. Simple academic writing rules to improve your writing skills
  2. 5 steps to boost your academic writing skills
  3. The importance of correct grammar in academic writing

Priya Chetty

Partner at Project Guru
Priya Chetty writes frequently about advertising, media, marketing and finance. In addition to posting daily to Project Guru Knowledge Tank, she is currently in the editorial board of Research & Analysis wing of Project Guru. She emphasizes more on refined content for Project Guru's various paid services. She has also reviewed about various insights of the social insider by writing articles about what social media means for the media and marketing industries. She has also worked in outdoor media agencies like MPG and hotel marketing companies like CarePlus.

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