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Towards the end of ying in institutions, it is mandatory for ents to source for or be presented with a pool of topics of interest for their final project. They then choose a suitable project topic and seek approval of their lecturer. Having gotten the approval, it then becomes necessary to do intensive research and fact finding over the chosen topic.Final are important as it leads the scholar into a dedicated, self motivated and unbiased quest for knowledge not only on the topic but on the application of the concepts involved in real world scenarios.However, final project research methodology writing requires some level of expertise and common practices in order to gain acceptance by the targeted audience.

Research Methodology

The methodology chapter is an important chapter in every project.  It should outline why you chose a particular method in solving your challenge(s) and also how you intend to collect and analyse your data.

The research methodology part of the project should provide detailed explanation and description of all methods and procedures deployed in conducting the y. Typically, this section should include the following sub-topics:•


this part is used to introduce the challenge and the purpose of the y. Its aim is to familiarize the reader with the challenge. The under listed sub-topics among others alike could be included in the introduction chapter:

•       Background of the challenge

•       General objective or purpose of the research

•       Scope of the research

•       summary

Research design:

This section is where you as the researcher can define and defend your choice of the specific research design or strategy used in carrying out the research.

•       Population  and sample:

Population in
this context refers to the whole group of people, objects, events or things
that the researcher wishes to undery. Population forms a basis from which
the sample or subjects for the y is derived. You can and in fact should
describe the characteristics of the population involved in the research in this

•       Data collections methods:

All methods involved in data collection for the project should be penned down in
this section. The conventional methods for obtaining data in a research may
include interviews, questionnaires and techniques among others.

•       Research procedures:

This is an avenueto give details of all steps taken in the conduct of the research.

•       Data method:

All data methods and how they were derived should be highlighted and described
in this section of the project.

•       :

The researcher should give an overall summary
of all main elements discussed in the methodology section of the project in the
summary section. This section is important as it can give hints and attract the
interest of readers at a glance.

Finally, scholars or prospective final project research methodology writers should know that
the write up is not exhaustive as they could find other additions through
investigative y and research to help choose final and
develop quality contents.


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