Proposal Guides

Writing a proposal can be complicated but it can also be easy if you have al the resources needed to defend your proposal. The topic of your proposal should be worth answering or not been answered yet. In this way, you can propose or think a study that fit to your course.

The following are some guided for your proposal writing:

1.    Goals and objectives
Clear idea of the goals and objectives of the project proposal.  Your proposal should start with a clear idea of your goals and objectives of your proposal such as explaining why the work should be done

2.    Evidence
Provides evidence that your proposed project will be successful.

3.    Consider your resources
These resources are the books, magazines, journals, documents, internet, etc. that will help you to easily gather data and information’s that you need.

4.    Time limit
It is important to budget your time in preparing for the proposal. Always make a timetable for each activity to achieve your goal of finishing your proposal before the deadline for your defense. It is necessary to track down about the progress of your study.  Avoid to rush your study so that you can write the proper documentation.  Thesis or proposal takes so much time to complete.

5.    Advice from successful people
Get advice from persons who have been successful in the proposal process

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Practical Proposal Writing Tips

Writing proposal can be a tedious job for someone. The following are some practical tips.

  1. Start early as possible because when you start early you will be able to know the needed data and information.
  2. Identify the problem, need or knowledge to be address properly.
  3. Clearly state your objectives and explain the proposed outcomes to address the problems.
  4. Make sure that you have appropriate rationale for each study. Also, explain the importance of your project.
  5. Define your methodology to be used in order to accomplish your objectives including the activities that will take place.
  6. Include the personnel who will carry out the activity as well as the equipment and facilities to be used.
  7. Don’t forget to include the cost of your project being proposed.
  8. Make sure to organize your project into proper format because it is an effective way of communicating of the details of the proposed work or project.
  9. Don’t forget to read instruction carefully before start writing because reviewer of your proposal will check the designated format as well the required information.
  10. Be simple and concise by removing all unnecessary detail or information.
  11. Make your work well-organized and concise so that it will stand out in the crowd.
  12. Give credits to your sources. If you use several paragraph from any magazine, you can put a quotes and cite the sources.

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