Reports


A report is a structured written presentation directed to interested readers in response to
some specific purpose, aim or request. There are many varieties of reports, but generally
their function is to give an account of something, to answer a question, or to offer a solution
to a problem.

An effective report is:

• Appropriate to its purpose and audience
• Accurate
• Logical
• Clear and concise
• Well organised with clear section headings.

Report structure

One important advantage that a report has over other written communication is that it follows
a standardised format. This enables readers to find and focus on specific parts of
information. Most reports are modelled on the following structure (modified where
necessary).

1. Transmittal document
2. Title page
3. Table of contents
4. Abstract/Executive Summary
5. Introduction
6. Discussion
7. Conclusions
8. Recommendations
9. Bibliography

 

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