Not too easy. Not too difficult.
It will help you learn how to write reports professionally no matter what your major is, and it is especially helpful in the criminal justice field when you have to write a report that involves testifying in court. Writing professional reports today is always challenging, but this course has helped me improve a great deal with using better vocabulary when writing a report.
I learned that writing professional reports involves certain characteristics including accurate/factual, concise, complete, clear, legible, objective, and the who what when where why and how. Use first person if your the one writing a report about your thoughts and opinions. Most important step in writing report include planning ahead and being organized.
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Advice for students:
Make sure you read, identify your strengths and weaknesses, write the ones you want and need to improve on, look at examples of professional reports to help you understand, and look up a word in the dictionary that is used in reports at least once a week.