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How to Write Research Papers with Citations
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In conclusion...


Figure out what format your teacher or professor wants you to use (MLA, APA, footnotes, endnotes).


K
eep organized notes from the very beginning.


C
ite every piece of information in your paper.


R
emember the point of citations: leading your reader to exactly where you got the information.


P
ractice, practice, practice...  Every student initially hates citations and contemplates dropping out rather than writing a cited research essay.  It will get easier, though.  After a few papers, you'll really start to get it, and won't need to look up every single thing.


C
heck out the features in your computer's word processor.  Newer versions of Word, for example, do most of the citation work for you (and even create works cited pages).


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