Date of publication: 2017-09-06 02:02
Most journal-style scientific papers are subdivided into the following sections: Title , Authors and Affiliation , Abstract , Introduction , Methods , Results , Discussion , Acknowledgments , and Literature Cited , which parallel the experimental process. This is the system we will use. This website describes the style, content, and format associated with each section.
6. It introduces the topic to prepare the reader for what you will be writing.
7. It hooks the reader so that they will be interested in reading more.
In part 6A of these Rules, “grant allocation” means a limit, details of which will be published by the Secretary of State on the visas and immigration pages of the website, on the number of grants of entry clearance or leave to enter which may be granted in respect of a particular route during the relevant grant allocation period
Note that the report of the key result (shown in blue) would be identical in a paper written for a course in which statistical testing is not employed - the section shown in red would simply not appear except reference to the figure.
“humanitarian protection” means limited leave granted pursuant to paragraph 889C of these rules and has not been revoked pursuant to paragraph 889G to 889H of these rules.
Under Part 6A of these Rules, a reference to a “sponsor licence” means a licence granted by the Secretary of State to a person who, by virtue of such a grant, is licensed as a Sponsor under Tiers 7, 9 or 5 of the Points Based System.