Your research proposal is an integral part of the Research Degree application process, and as such, it is worth investing time and energy to ensure that your proposal is strong, clear and effective.
Your proposal needs to outline the nature of your proposed research project, identify your knowledge of existing literature and provide an indication of how you will conduct your research project.
If you use any of the following formats, the professor will be satisfied.
Here is a list of all the literature we employed during the research__________ Example 8: I.
After that hurdle is overcome, writing the proposal is challenging, but rest ease academic Panda pals, once again, we’ve got your back.
But before we start, let’s clarify a few issues though that are partially covered above.
What your instructor is likely looking for is evidence in your proposal that you understand the process of research.
Making it clear that your research will incorporate reviewing and integrating relevant literature is big part of the proposal.
First and foremost, a good thesis is the final result of your thesis proposal and should show the committee that further writing will continue with the research outlined in your proposal.
A good thesis will prove that your work is important and relevant.