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  Top tips for writing your report
Updated 10 April 2003, 13.36

You need to write clearly, and use language that people of all ages understand.

Think about what the point of the story is:

  • What are you trying to say?

  • What is the most important part of the story? This should be your opening line.

Try to make it interesting to everyone, not just those who like what it's about - you have to get all readers interested.

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