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A thesis is commonly explained as the basic idea of a presentation, argument, or a scientific paper, which reveals how the findings will benefit a specific audience. To know more, take the online thesis quizzes comprising well-researched questions and instant feedback to enhance your knowledge.
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Prepare yourself and get ready to take this Thesis Statements and Research Papers Quiz. A thesis statement usually appears at the conclusion of the introductory paragraph of a paper. It offers a concise summary of the main point...

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 5634   |  Last updated: Dec 15, 2021
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    What is a Thesis Statement? Choose all that apply:

A thesis statement usually appears at the conclusion of the introductory paragraph of a paper. It offers a concise summary of the main point or claim of the essay, research paper, etc. It is usually expressed in one sentence, and...

Questions: 11  |  Attempts: 8230   |  Last updated: Jun 16, 2021
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    What is a Thesis Statement? Choose all that apply:

Take this quick quiz to generate a list of topic ideas for your junior thesis.

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    Which class are you most likely to sign up for? 

This quiz will assess your knowledge of Thesis Statements.

Questions: 11  |  Attempts: 980   |  Last updated: May 10, 2019
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    What is a Thesis Statement? Choose all that apply:

  What is a Thesis Statement? A   thesis is a controlling idea about a topic that the writer is attempting to prove   Why do I have to write a thesis statement? to test your ideas by narrowing...

Questions: 6  |  Attempts: 624   |  Last updated: May 10, 2019
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    Directions: Suppose you have been answering a research question about adult illiteracy in the United States. You have developed a fourteen-page draft about how widespread the problem is, six or seven pages analyzing the causes of the problem, and six or seven pages evaluating possible solutions and proposing one you feel would be effective. Which of the following sentences might make the best thesis statement for your paper? (Remember, of course, that there are zillions of ways of stating your thesis, or main idea, and that no version is "perfect.") A. "Adult illiteracy poses the greatest threat to America today." B. "Adult illiteracy has many causes, but it can be eliminated." C. "How can the problem of adult illiteracy in America be effectively addressed?" D. "Subsuming a myriad of causal factors, adult illiteracy manifests itself throughout contemporary American society." E. "We can eliminate adult illiteracy in America now!"
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