Doing Your Undergraduate Project is accessible and engaging, with case studies used throughout the book to help you relate aspects of the project to real-life examples. The book also contains checklists and flow-charts to help you organize your study as you go along. The book will help you prepare and collate research; write the proposal and plan the project; evaluate risk assessment and ethical considerations; write a literature review; use your results effectively; write your project report; and manage your time and resources.

Writing the Project Report


  • What a report is
  • The writing plan
  • The writer's five questions
  • The basic structure of a report
  • The readers’ five questions – and where they are answered
  • The three writing stages
  • Some style features
  • Some technicalities of report writing
  • Summary
  • Further reading

A good project deserves to be well reported yet many good students have difficulty starting to write up their work. Indeed, many experienced writers admit to having problems getting started. The report is probably the first ...

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