In the Introduction to the report you will justify research aims, research methods, and specific hypotheses, using theories and previous research from the scientific literature.

In the Introduction to the report you will justify research aims, research methods, and specific hypotheses, using theories and previous research from the scientific literature. In the Discussion section you will interpret results, re-evaluate key issues from the Introduction in light of the results, and make suggestions for future research. To do this effectively, you will learn about data collation, elementary statistical analysis, appropriate referencing techniques.

1200 words exluding the Method, Results and the the reference list.So that you can focus your efforts on justifying the research and interpreting the results, you will be provided with a complete Method section and Results section.

These must be included in your report.
You will need to write the remaining sections (Title, Abstract, Introduction, Discussion, References).
The word count INCLUDES the Abstract (but NOT the Reference List) and you must not exceed 1200 words for the

Abstract, Introduction, and Discussion combined. There is no ‘10% rule’ over the word
limit. The research report should be double spaced, in 12 point Times New Roman font, with 2.5 cm
margins all around


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