Research will complement your work in two ways: first, it will help you identify the starting point for your work, and second, it will aid in the development of your arguments. You can develop knowledge on any topic you choose through research, and writing about what you discover will help you remember it and comprehend it better. You can begin carrying out your investigation by responding to inquiries like

  • WHY did you select the subject?
  • WHAT are the resources?
  • WHO are the sources of information on this subject?
  • WHAT amount of importance does your topic have—local, national, or global.
  • WHEN is/was the importance of your topic?


  • Improves Critical thinking: Before forming any opinions on a subject, we must conduct in-depth research and consider the issue carefully. Without this, we cannot form a valid view on the subject. We can convey our points of view in more original and meaningful ways by strengthening our critical thinking skills.
  • Develop better communication skills: Complex information will come from an inventive paper that has not been thoroughly researched and lacks logical links. Your text should have an appealing quality. Consistency in a research paper encourages interaction between the writer and the reader as well as aids in the development of logical thought.