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The best title about your research paper should include something mentioning the most current information that you found in a generalized fashion. Some may include;
Current Trends in Birth Control
An Updated Look at Birth Control Techniques
Birth Control Trends in this Century
If you are researching a specific birth control method, include that in the title. Examples
Pharmaceutical Birth Control Methods
Drug Free Birth Control Methods
The Effectiveness of Birth Control in the 20th Century!
Keep you title brief yet informative!
If you want something more catchy and less technical, what about a title based on the 1968 comedy film "Prudence and the Pill"? You could start your paper with a quote from the script, and then technically expound from there.
The title is of course a word play on the double meaning of the word 'prudence.'
can you give me a nice title for my research. im a MPA student and i am presenly working in an LGU under sports council. i want a title that is relative to my work
if you are looking for a title, I suggest "Birth Control or Unleashed"
The "best topic" or even a "good topic" for a research/term paper does not exist in isolation from the person writing the paper and the course for which it is being written.
In response to post #s 1, 4 and 5, my suggestion to the persons responsible for these posts is that they can decide a good topic for their papers using the following consideration.
- What is the coverage of subjects for which the paper is being written?
- What topics provide a good scope for term paper within that subject. It might be enough to list about a dozen such topics, but if you like it, no harm in having a longer list?
- What topics from the above list interest you most?
- On what topics you can collect enough information for writing the paper?
I am sure using these considerations you will be able to identify a topic that is best for you.
can you give me the best topic for my term paper?
Can you give me the best title for my research paper about IT COURSE?
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