Guidelines for Experts

As an expert, you will often be asked to work on different types of assignments. These are general guidelines for effective assignment writing.

There are different types of assignments, as below:

  • Homework Assignments
  • Reports
  • Dissertations
  • Case Studies
  • Multiple Choice Questions
  • Questions and Answers
  • Dissertations
  • Essays
  • Articles Review and Proposals

Before you start working on the assignment:

  • Read and understand the assignment paper.
  • Understand thoroughly each of the tasks that need to be accomplished.
  • If you do not understand anything, check with your SPOC/Lead/Manager
  • Make a plan of action
  • Research online – it’s okay if you spend a long time researching.
  • Generate an initial draft
  • Once you have sufficient content, start writing the assignment, elaborating properly on each of the tasks.

Assignment Structure:

  • Table of contents
  • Introduction
  • Questions/Tasks
  • Conclusion
  • References

Next Steps:

  • Start your assignment with a good introduction. If not specifically stated in the assignment paper, keep it around 150 words (or 10 to 15% of the total word count).
  • Your assignment should give a good idea about the topic.
  • Continue with the rest of the tasks in the paper (this can be roughly 70 to 80% of the total word count).
  • Add a conclusion to your assignment, again ideally of 150 words, unless otherwise stated in the assignment paper (or 10 to 15% of the total word count).
  • Add references, in a new page.