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We've color-coded the questions/considerations you should be thinking through as you write your abstract, and we've included a checklist of necessary formatting and content components as part of the abstract:
It's important to remember that even standard genres like literature reviews and executive summaries change may look different and require different writing stragies depending on the field and the situation. Read assignment prompts and application requirements carefully, and talk to your professors and classmates about the writing you're doing.
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