One of the goals of higher education is to teach a student to think independently and to give him skills how to write scientific work. Therefore, on every course (in some universities the exception is given to the first-year students) it is said to write a small scientific work. It is called coursework.

Encyclopedias, textbooks, dictionaries, articles on the Internet, or at least Wikipedia will allow you in general terms to understand how your coursework will look like. Do not ignore this stage; otherwise, it will not be easy to make a clear plan. Most of the professors say the main books on which you should base your writing of the coursework.

But, as a rule, that books that the professor has advised is not enough. Student should search for suitable literature by himself. The list of textbooks and encyclopedias will not be enough, the list should contain research, like articles in scientific journals, or monographs.

Introduction and conclusion should be written at the very end. The conclusions are understandable, they just must be written at the end of an essay. And why the entry should also be written at the very end? That happens because during the writing of the coursework (and especially in the process of working on the practical part) your thesis statement can get changed. In this case, you will put forward a new thesis statement corresponding to the conclusions.

Goals and tasks must be written with a conclusion at the end of a coursework. Since coursework can be rewritten several times, it makes no sense to hurry about writing of introduction.

Interestingly, for most students an introduction and conclusion are the hardest pieces of work, while for professional copywriters they are the easiest. Why is it so? Because you just have to memorize all the aspects.

These are hardest part of a coursework, which should be written in accordance with strict requirements. If you become acquainted with this template at junior courses, you will make easier the process of writing of the last coursework.

Follow these little tips to get higher grade on your coursework.