How do you write a good introduction sentence?

How do you write a good introduction sentence?


  1. Attract the Reader’s Attention. Begin your introduction with a “hook” that grabs your reader’s attention and introduces the general topic.
  2. State Your Focused Topic. After your “hook”, write a sentence or two about the specific focus of your paper.
  3. State your Thesis. Finally, include your thesis statement.

Is a master’s degree pass or fail?

Some are merely given a pass or fail, but commonly taught masters degree grades are fail, pass, merit (or credit) and distinction. The boundaries for this are usually 50% for a pass, 60% for a merit and 70% for a distinction. More information on taught masters is available here.

Can I do a PhD with a pass masters?

Nothing is wrong with only getting a pass at the postgraduate Master’s level. The grades are Pass ( 50% or better ), Merit ( 60% or better ) or distinction ( 70% or better ). You just need to pick a PhD topic in a field within your discipline you are good at. How does a PhD program work in the UK?

What is a good sentence starter?

Example: Using Transition Words to Indicate Sequence/Order of Events

generally… furthermore… finally during
in the first place… also… lastly earlier
to be sure… additionally… lastly eventually
first… just in the same way… finally finally
basically… similarly… as well as first of all

Do I need a distinction to do a PhD?

Qualifications and academic eligibility This PhD entry requirement means at least a UK upper second class honours degree (2.1). Again, you should show good performance at this level, with a Merit or Distinction grade – please see table below for typical grade boundaries in the UK.

How important are grades for PhD?

When you are a PhD student, the grades will matter until after you’ve completed your “qualification” process, in whatever form that takes. If you do well on the exams, then your grades don’t matter much; if you’re “on the bubble,” you might be helped by solid performance in your graduate coursework.