How to Make a Good & Correct Paper

Making Papers – For those of you who are still in school or college, it is certainly not absurd with this progress report. Yes, a paper can be called a written work, a gait report is an academic work that is generally published in a scientific journal and discusses a certain subject matter. Well, it’s not only students or college students who are confused about the work of this paper because now high school / vocational high school levels have also used this type of paper even though the structure is not yet official.

The most difficult are papers that are the result of research or official work reports, because they must use really standard language, use standard paper for the preparation of papers, fonts, spacing, font size, writing structure, etc. The preparation of a good and correct paper should indeed be investigated in the field directly. So it is not surprising that many of the students find it difficult to write this paper, especially since they have just entered college. But like it or not, you still have to explore and learn about the making of this paper properly and correctly because this is really needed. Writing a paper in general usually has page elements like the following:

1. Cover
2. Paper Title
3. Preface
4. Table of Contents
5. Chapter I Introduction
6. Chapter II Content
7. Chapter III Closing
8. Bibliography

Compiling a good & correct paper

Now that you know the most common elements in the preparation of the paper, we will discuss them one by one and we will describe the contents of each of the elements above:

1. Cover
The cover or front page has a short message that briefly explains what is contained in the paper starting from:

  • Name/ Title of Paper
  • Institution/Institution Logo
  • The author/compiler who submitted the paper
  • institution name
  • Academic year.

2. Paper Title
The title page of the paper contains the title of what will be presented and the name of the author of the paper. On this sheet, the writing of the title of the paper can be accompanied by the author or without the author of the paper.

3. Preface
Forewords are introductory words from the author regarding the topic presented in the paper to present his written work to the reader. This preface usually contains:

  • Greetings
  • Preamble / opening
  • Overview of the paper writing process
  • Thank you to those who have helped in the preparation of this paper
  • Closing the preamble
  • closing
  • And lastly, the name of the author/speaker

4. Table of Contents
Table of Contents is a paper page that contains the location of each preface, table of contents, chapters, and bibliography, namely on which page the author wrote, to make it easier for readers to find the reading material. The page that contains the layout of the page that aims to make it easier for readers to search for the material contained in the paper and its pages.

5. Chapter I Introduction
In this element, we begin to enter the chapters of the paper. Where in this fraction we sign the concepts, plans, ideas, about the problems and objectives contained in the background of the preparation of the paper. After that, there is a problem formulation, namely the problems that we find in the paper material that we raise.

Chapter I Introduction generally consists of:

1.1 Background
Contains the background of the writing of the paper.
1.2 Problem formulation
Contains the problems that we find in the material of the paper that we raise
1.3 Aims and Objectives
Contains the discourse of what the intent and purpose of the author writes his paper.
1.4 Writing Method
What method was used in writing the paper?

6. Chapter II Content
In this fraction, we begin to describe the content/material of the paper, containing a discussion of each problem and subject matter that has been presented or a detailed discussion of each subject matter. Starting from:

  • Definition/definition
  • Material review
  • There is a flow comparison (if needed)
  • Solving the problem, here are our solutions and donations to the problems that exist in the paper material that we raise.

7. Chapter III Closing
Contains discourse conclusions from the author of the discourse on the topic he has brought. In this epilogue, we also express our gratitude to those who helped in the completion of the paper.

III.2 Criticism & Suggestions
Contains suggestions from the author. The author must also open up opportunities for readers to provide criticism and suggestions for our paper. It aims to make the next paper even better.

8. Bibliography
Contains a list of reading/library materials used as examples in the preparation of the paper. This is the last fraction (before the back cover) in the preparation of a paper. This bibliography contains the names of the literature that we use as a reference in making the paper. The literature here includes scientific journals, books, magazines, newspapers, electronic media, interviews as well as from internet websites. However, the existence/legitimacy of internet websites to be used as references for scientific works is still a contradiction among academics. Some colleges allow it, some don’t.

Well, that was the arrangement of papers in general that were arranged properly and correctly. Hopefully the article is useful for readers, if you have input, suggestions or sweeteners, please comment in the comment form that has been provided, thank you.