INFORMAL REPORT format

INFORMAL REPORT - Structure of Informal Report writing INFORMAL REPORT WRITING WRITTEN TO-WRITTEN BY SUMMARY INTRODUCTION The aim of this paper is

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Structure of Informal Report writing INFORMAL REPORT WRITING WRITTEN TO ----------------- WRITTEN BY -------------------------------------- SUMMARY INTRODUCTION The aim of this paper is to provide instruction on the best way to write an Informal Report. It takes into account that the writer is a complete novice. Written assistance has been provided on that basis. These points have been taken from a discussion of experienced Postgraduates. FINDINGS An Informal Report is based on facts and only facts. Do not give your own opinion, unless referring to it as your own opinion. When deciding which report-writing format to use, it is important to note that an Informal Report should be used for short, structured informal writing. An Informal Report does not use bibliographical references. Whereas in comparison, a Formal Report should be written for longer more detailed explanations, and this should be written along with references. THE MEANING AND THE USE OF STRUCTURE In relation to the structure, try not to write a report with an explanation of all the dealings in one paragraph. When writing give a number of different angles to give an in-depth
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This note was uploaded on 01/18/2012 for the course ECON 501 taught by Professor Ibrar during the Spring '11 term at University of the Punjab.

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INFORMAL REPORT - Structure of Informal Report writing INFORMAL REPORT WRITING WRITTEN TO-WRITTEN BY SUMMARY INTRODUCTION The aim of this paper is

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