How Do You Write The Scope Of Study In Research?


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Elizabeth Leake Profile
Elizabeth Leake answered
The scope of study for a research paper is usually one of the first sections to the project. It sets out the scope of your work and limitations. You should add in as much detail as possible when describing what you are researching, why you are researching it and how you are going to research this.

A main section of your scope will be reasoning behind your research. Your reader will want to know why you are researching this topic and what you hope to find out or are expecting to discover. This will set out an idea of the purpose of your research as well as giving the reader your expectations of the paper.

  • Limitations
You should also make sure you make the reader aware that you know the limitations to your study and why you may have difficulties getting accurate or full answers whether that is due to lack of resources, time, data etc. In the limitations section you should also record every piece of equipment you will be using, the locations where you are undertaking this experiment (if applicable) and as much detail as to how you will find the answers you are looking for.
A scope of study in general, should be detailed, accurate and informative but without rambling. It should concise with the amount of information and data needed to inform the reader of your intentions and the why, what, where, when and hows?
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Tanmoy Singha answered

Hi, to write the scope of Study in research, you really need to do huge research before. You should be knowledgeable in that particular topic. And, to be a knowledgeable you should study at most. Right?

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