Rome wasn’t built in a day and so was any report finished in a day. Or at least the reports of this kind. Not the big ones at least. But ultimately no matter how big or small, each and every task of this kind is to be planned, assessed, weightage evaluated and only then carried out. This might be an even bigger feat than the actual report preparation itself. But a practice that will yield fruit indefinitely as you proceed with your work. And even this tasks has certain subtask criterion when it comes to this.
Meaning taking up the cause or the part of your work that has the most marks weightage first. This holds true at all times. When you finish the bigger tasks first, most of the work is done and your mind will be more at ease when you take up any of the following work. This is a very good practice, finishing the tasks as per their maximum marks weightage or getting over the tough ones will make things easier as the deadline approaches.
The statement that sets the purpose of your work is very important and crucial to your task at hand. This is something that will define your overall work and every step you take towards completing it. A solid statement is very much a necessity to a solid paper. So be sure to select a solid statement and spend a considerable time thinking of that.
“Am I doing everything properly?”- Every assignment has a motive behind it. Something the teacher wishes to accomplish by the end of your task. So, be sure as to keep this in your mind or rather as bigger picture in your mind when working on your paper. Validate your each and every move with respect to the bigger picture in your mind and ask yourself, if this help you accomplish your task or at least support it.
Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven't found it yet, keep looking. Don't settle. As with all matters of the heart, you'll know when you find it.
Revisions are highly important, perhaps even more than preparing the report. Any evaluator will clearly appreciate signs of revision in your report. Revisions often help you assess your end product and declare for yourself if you are up to mark or not.