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A research paper is a piece of academic writing based on its author’s original research on a particular topic, and the analysis and interpretation of the research findings.
For a short paper, of a couple of thousand words or less, an outline might not be necessary.
For a longer paper, it is essential, or you will become overwhelmed by the sheer amount of information that you need to assimilate, and write down.
For long papers, there is no harm in showing your outline to your supervisor early on in the process, because they will be able to tell you whether you are going in the right direction.
The easiest way to design an outline is with the MLA standard format, which helps you to develop a good structure for the outline.
That is the real start to writing an A research paper.
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