Choose the right headers:
When writing the work you want to make your headers as perfect as you can, because this is what makes the reader interested to read on. Make the title as simple as possible so the audience can understand, which is ideal as not everybody might be on the same page as you.
Look at sample projects:
Looking at sample projects when doing the project is an excellent way to know if you on the right track, because you can see if you doing it right. Thus, if you have made any mistakes you can just look at the example, and correct the work. There are many places to get these project samples such as: your professor, the World Wide Web, search engines, library and so on.
Get someone to proof read your work:
When you have finished your work get someone to proof read your project ideally somebody with an understanding of what to do, as some people will just read the work and ignore or won’t see any mistakes. Thus, you won’t be wasting time, since the person knows what they are doing.
Pick the right sub headers:
Picking the right sub headers is as important as picking the main header, because your sub headers will tell the reader what the article below is going to be about. Just make sure you are picking a sub titles that is related to the text below, since it would be pointless to make it about a totally different topic.
Do the research before starting:
The most important thing before starting any project is to do as much research as possible, because you want to know as much as you can about the topic so your facts and information is correct.
Structure the work correctly:
Make sure you are structuring the work correctly, because this can be the difference between a good grade and a bad one. Anyone who has to read a poorly structured project won’t be enjoying what they are reading, which is terrible for you.