Reports / how to write an abstract EN
content grade
suggested: B+
word count
0
typical: 1,640
readability
-
typical: 10-12th grade
research paper
Typical: 1–3
summarize
Typical: 1–2
good abstract
Typical: 1–2
social sciences
Typical: 1–2
humanities
Typical: 1–2
entire paper
Typical: 1–2
research question
Typical: 1–2
formatting
Typical: 1–2
writing center
Typical: 1–3
word limit
Typical: 1–2
acronyms
Typical: 1–2
literature review
Typical: 1–3
word count
Typical: 1–3
apa style
Typical: 1–2
main findings
Typical: 1–2
descriptive abstract
Typical: 3–7
informative abstract
Typical: 3–7
background information
Typical: 1–2
types of abstracts
Typical: 1–3
academic writing
Typical: 1–2
main point
Typical: 1–2
title page
Typical: 1–2
publication manual
Typical: 1–2
concise summary
Typical: 1–2
methodology
Typical: 1–2
abbreviations
Typical: 1–2
american psychological association
Typical: 1–2
research project
Typical: 1–2
key points
Typical: 1–2
single paragraph
Typical: 1–2
short summary
Typical: 1–2
writing abstracts
Typical: 1–2
scientific paper
Typical: 1–2
research methods
Typical: 1–2
past tense
Typical: 1–2
journal article
Typical: 1–3
main argument
Typical: 1–2
sample abstracts
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structured abstract
Typical: 1–3
body of your paper
Typical: 1–2
single sentence
Typical: 1–2
rest of the paper
Typical: 1–2
top of the page
Typical: 1–2
apa abstract
Typical: 1–2
first line
Typical: 1–2
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