How to Write a Preliminary Report?


A preliminary report is a report that is preliminary to something. There are as many kinds of preliminary reports as there are things to be preliminary to. One would suspect that a preliminary report requires the same kinds of activities as any kind of report, namely research, preparation, and good writing. However, obviously, the preliminary report wouldn't include the things in the actual thing which it is preliminary to.
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1. Write an introduction, giving an overview of your subject. 2. Discuss your research methods by including any observations, interviews or samples. 3. Write the preliminary results
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1. Notify everyone who received a copy of the report via e-mail or letter that you have made an error the moment you realize that a mistake was made. Provide the page number or page
1. Analyze the methods used in the study or report. Look at which methods were lacking ecological validity (i.e. laboratory experiments used in a social report) and methods that were
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How to Write a Preliminary Report
A preliminary report is an evaluation that discusses in depth, the findings on a particular specimen/subject. Data is gathered from the subject in order to make a determination. A preliminary report is not the final results on a subject but rather an... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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