Tips for Writing a Good Abstract
In your abstract, you want to grab your reader's attention and explain the main findings of your research in a concise way with impact. The abstract is in many ways the most important part of your paper. It is also important to take into consideration a publisher's requirements, such as word count limits; use of appropriate keywords; and whether or not a structured or unstructured abstract is required.
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