Academic articles for those who really need it

So, you are ripe for your own research paper. Congratulations, but, without experience and test of the pen, it doesn’t work often well on the first try. But fortunately, in the age of new technologies and communication, you can draw on not only your own experience.

Your purpose is to assert yourself and publish a brief and understandable research paper showing its importance for the development of this field of science. It contains sufficient information and references to its sources to enable the scientific community may assess and validate the work done.

Our goal is to clearly and succinctly submit the current status of the issue, the purpose and the study methodology, the results and discussion of the data received. These can be the results of your own pilot studies, a synthesis of job experience and analytical review of information.

An article on practical research requires a detailed description of the methodology adopted for the experiment, estimation of exactness and the reproducibility of the results obtained. And freelance academic writers wanted will have it all ready in the form of tables, graphs and diagrams.

We honour the scientific publication rules and the scientific style requirements. This gives a clear perception and evaluation of data by readers.

Three pillars of scientific style – objectivity, logic, accuracy

For the objectivity of scientific language, we can do without emotions and personal perceptions.

Logic implies a rigid semantic link at all text levels: information blocks, statements, words in a sentence. The paragraph structure is based on semantic accuracy and logic. The first sentence contains a question or a brief introduction to data presentation. Other following paragraph sentences present data, ideas, evidence. The paragraph ends with a sentence containing conclusions. Simplicity is the strength of your report, therefore, one sentence should contain a single thought.

The need for precise language is exemplified by the existence of numerous terms in the text. Certainty and clarity of statements is their proper use. That’s why we:

  • use commonly encountered, clear and unambiguous terms;
  • must explain the meaning when using a new, infrequent term;
  • avoid the use of polysemantic words.

The main purpose of the article

  • Description of new research data(experimental part);
  • A new interpretation of the results published earlier (the integrated analytical part with a new hypothesis and its theoretical validity);
  • Literature or major theme reviewing (your attitude to the matter in question, analysis and synthesis).

The differences between your article and other studies on the subject

  • The scientific importance of your publication, its novelty;
  • The ratio of the results presented and other studies in this area;
  • Whether the article has been issued before.

Place of publication and its readers

Before submitting the article, we will review all the requirements of a particular journal.

And it’s better to clarify in advance to whom the article is addressed to present your research properly and make the text accessible to the targeted audience. If the article is a carryover from already known works, it is pointless to retell them, but it’s better to direct the readers to origins.

The next stage is the definition of the idea or the main hypothesis. Naturally, in general, it has already been formed, but we will analyze it again. The article should, ideally, contain one question and the amount of information allowing to consider it as an answer. Therefore, we will formulate working hypotheses and think over an expectative range of responses for the article basic question.