How To Prepare An Abstract For Mini Project?

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A good abstract summarizes the project you are preparing. It gives the audience a brief introduction to the project and the results you have. The audience you are targeting would be someone who is doing scientific research and is examining your project to see if it applies to their work. A researcher wants to immediately be able to determine if a specific project or experiment will apply to the work they are doing. They will read the abstract of a project or experiment to determine this. It is much easier to read a brief abstract than the whole document.  If you are doing a science project, utilise the scientific method to your advantage. Your hypothesis should be clearly made at the beginning. Give a brief synopsis of every step in the scientific method that you complete. At the end of the abstract, give a brief summary of your results. This helps your abstract maintain a structure. Your abstract should be only a couple of paragraphs in length.

If your project is non-scientific, you need to state your thesis in the abstract. A thesis is your main argument you are trying to defend.  Next, you should write a brief summary of your project. This should include a few arguments to support your thesis. At the end, you should restate your thesis and the reason why you believe it is supported in your project. Researchers in non-scientific fields also rely on abstracts to determine if they are interested in reading a project. Preparing an abstract really isn't a difficult task, and it isn't something to worry too much about. Just try to put yourself in the perspective of someone who is reading your project. What abstract would you like to read to understand the project at a glance? That is your main goal, and it short and easy.
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Abstract is nothing but a brief introduction for your project. You'r jus goin to refer what you r doin in your project. We can also say it is like synopsis for an essay.

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