Choose a Topic
This means you've got to focus and come up with a topic you’re:
- interested in, and
- can actually find information about.
Topics are tricky, and can change during the course of your research. Sometimes they change a lot, sometimes a little; it just depends on what information you find.
Choose a topic that interests you. Writing a paper that bores you is the worst!
Make sure you can find some information on it. Also, you need to take care not to pick something too broad. Determining a topic’s scope can be a fine line, and it takes practice.
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