How to Structure a Good Review

Writing a good review requires enough detail to give readers an idea of what happened. It should include an introduction, summary of the article, criticism, conclusion and references. An acceptable review should range from one to four pages, with anything below one page being too little information and anything above four pages being too much. When structuring a literature review, it is important to consider which structural approach will provide the best “review” for your specific type of research and objectives.

Chronological organization is one of the simplest ways to structure literature review, while thematic organization means organizing literature by topic or category. When writing a review, it is important to not write under a page or longer than the article being reviewed. Additionally, it is important to use headings to properly structure information, so that the reader can easily follow your ideas. Furthermore, reviews should not be based on negative complaints.

When writing a review, it is important to include factors that contributed to your positive, negative, or simply regular experience. You can also offer feedback on what the company is doing well and how it can improve.

Claudia Gribben
Claudia Gribben

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