HOW TO STRUCTURE AN ABSTRACT

An abstract is a shortened version of the paper and should contain all information necessary for the reader to determine:
(1)    what the objectives of the study were;
(2)    how the study was done;
(3)    what results were obtained;
(4)    and the significance of the results.

HOW TO STRUCTURE  INTRODUCTION

Why is this study of scientific interest and what is your objective?

This section discusses the results and conclusions of previously published studies, to help explain why the current study is of scientific interest.
The Introduction is organized to move from general information to specific information.  This background must be summarized succinctly, but it should not be itemized.

Take care not to go too far afield in providing background information; limit the introduction to studies that relate directly to the present study. Emphasize your

specific contribution to the topic.
The last sentences of the introduction should be a statement of objectives and a statement of hypotheses.  This will be a good transition to the next section, Methods,

in which you will explain how you proceeded to meet your objectives and test your hypotheses.
RESULTS
This section presents the results of the experiment but does not attempt to interpret their meaning.

DISCUSSION
In this section, you are free to explain what the results mean or why they differ from what other workers have found.

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