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Although abstract is the first section in a paper or report, it is usually written after completion of the document.

There are two types of abstract:

Informative – summaries key points of the entire paper in 1-2 paragraphs.

Descriptive – Indicates content organization of the paper or a report

Some tips for writing effective abstract:

  1. Write your abstract after completing other sections of your paper or report
  2. Plan what to include in the abstract – Include all key points that a read wants to know
  3. Use active verbs
  4. Keywords are very important for abstracts – people search for abstracts using keywords, so use keywords that are relevant for your topic.
  5. Write clear and concise abstracts – avoid wordiness.

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