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Use Past Tense. To describe your methodology and report your results. At the time you are writing your report, thesis, dissertation or article, you have already completed your study, so you should use past tense in your methodology section to record what you did, . 30/09/ · Tense tendencies in academic texts. Published on September 30, by Shane Bryson. Revised on October 8, Different sections of academic papers (theses, dissertations and essays) tend to use different tenses.. The following is a breakdown of these tendencies by section. Although when writing your dissertation, most times you will be using the past tense, always remember that there are instances where you will have to use either future, present or present perfect. Present tense: In the literature review section, when you refer to a study by an author/authors, you should be using the present tense.

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Use Past Tense. To describe your methodology and report your results. At the time you are writing your report, thesis, dissertation or article, you have already completed your study, so you should use past tense in your methodology section to record what you did, . 30/09/ · Tense tendencies in academic texts. Published on September 30, by Shane Bryson. Revised on October 8, Different sections of academic papers (theses, dissertations and essays) tend to use different tenses.. The following is a breakdown of these tendencies by section. Although when writing your dissertation, most times you will be using the past tense, always remember that there are instances where you will have to use either future, present or present perfect. Present tense: In the literature review section, when you refer to a study by an author/authors, you should be using the present tense.

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30/09/ · Tense tendencies in academic texts. Published on September 30, by Shane Bryson. Revised on October 8, Different sections of academic papers (theses, dissertations and essays) tend to use different tenses.. The following is a breakdown of these tendencies by section. Although when writing your dissertation, most times you will be using the past tense, always remember that there are instances where you will have to use either future, present or present perfect. Present tense: In the literature review section, when you refer to a study by an author/authors, you should be using the present tense. Use Past Tense. To describe your methodology and report your results. At the time you are writing your report, thesis, dissertation or article, you have already completed your study, so you should use past tense in your methodology section to record what you did, .

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30/09/ · Tense tendencies in academic texts. Published on September 30, by Shane Bryson. Revised on October 8, Different sections of academic papers (theses, dissertations and essays) tend to use different tenses.. The following is a breakdown of these tendencies by section. Although when writing your dissertation, most times you will be using the past tense, always remember that there are instances where you will have to use either future, present or present perfect. Present tense: In the literature review section, when you refer to a study by an author/authors, you should be using the present tense. Use Past Tense. To describe your methodology and report your results. At the time you are writing your report, thesis, dissertation or article, you have already completed your study, so you should use past tense in your methodology section to record what you did, .

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Use Past Tense. To describe your methodology and report your results. At the time you are writing your report, thesis, dissertation or article, you have already completed your study, so you should use past tense in your methodology section to record what you did, . 30/09/ · Tense tendencies in academic texts. Published on September 30, by Shane Bryson. Revised on October 8, Different sections of academic papers (theses, dissertations and essays) tend to use different tenses.. The following is a breakdown of these tendencies by section. Although when writing your dissertation, most times you will be using the past tense, always remember that there are instances where you will have to use either future, present or present perfect. Present tense: In the literature review section, when you refer to a study by an author/authors, you should be using the present tense.