Results or findings Based on the results, all 22 students had enough money to meet their monthly required expenses (including money budgeted for entertainment).
After looking at the survey results, most students ran out of money because they over-spent on the following four areas: eating out, clothing, alcohol, and music/video games.
Students also tracked all money spent for one month.
Based on the results of the study, all 22 students had sufficient income to meet their monthly required expenses (including money budgeted for entertainment).
These students completed a questionnaire regarding their sources of income, their monthly expenses, and how much money they spent (both necessary and unnecessary expenses).
Students were also asked to track all money spent for one month.
Conclusions or implications Most students surveyed spent more money than they should have on entertainment.
When the students surveyed ran out of money, they asked their parents for more money or charged more on their credit cards.
As I’m sure you know, when you write and revise, your plans change.
You might move or delete words, paragraphs, and even entire arguments. So write your research paper first.(Read: How to Write a Research Paper: A Step-by-Step Guide.)In basic research essays, you might simply review resources and create an argument based solely on what you’ve read.