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Assignment Writing Help Tips: Framing A Case Study Analysis Students of certain disciplines need to write a case study analysis.

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Posted 23 September 2017 - 05:02 AM

The words ‘student' and ‘assignment' goes hand in hand always. Assignments are an inseparable part. But in this present time, students are being overburdened with the task of doing assignments as the number of papers in each course is increasing which is resulting in students taking assignment help instead of doing the task themselves.

So if a student is in UK, he simply has to search for online assignment writing in UK and get his/her assignment written.

Among the many assignments that a student has to do, a case study is one among them especially for students in nursing, finance, management, healthcare, psychology etc. Case study analysis is a vital assignment among these students where they have to understand a problem or a situation, analyze the problems, find solutions and propose the best solution to solve the problem or address the issue with enough evidence.

Every academic paper has a proposed structure on which the paper is based. Structuring of a paper must be perfect else the writing will go out of control, and there will be no logical flow in the paper. The same applies to a case study analysis paper. Here is a general structure of a case study analysis to help the students which they can go through and might help them before they look for assignment writing help.

• Introduction: The introduction is a paragraph where the students must mention what are the issues that they have found during the study and point out the key problems. The introduction must also contain a statement which is a summary of your analysis. This should be within two sentences. The thesis statement is of prime importance as it introduces the readers what the paper is all about. Hence it should be framed well using only the necessary words.

• Background: This section is the setting scene of the study. It contains all the information about the case, the facts, important issues, things that must be kept in mind while reading the case etc. The writing of this section must also reflect that the students made a good research on the issues of this case study.

• Alternatives: In this section, the students must mention the other possible solutions to the problem with an explanation why they were not chosen as the best solution. The students must also mention the limitations that they have faced and why the alternative solutions were not possible to apply at that point of time, etc.

• Proposed Solution: This is the section where the students must prove their analytical skills. They must mention here the best solution that they have chosen. Care must be taken that the solution mentioned must be realistic and applicable on a real time basis. An explanation must be given for the specified choice with good supporting evidence. This section must all contain information about the research that they have done outside the perimeters to gather more information.

• Recommendations: The last section must describe and discuss the different strategies that can be taken to apply the proposed solution, accomplish it and overcome the problem. The students can also mention further solutions to solve if possible few other issues.

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