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PostPosted: Thu Jun 23, 2022 5:47 pm 
This type of student work is not particularly original in terms of structure. There should be a preamble, a main part and a conclusion. They can have several variations depending on the type of report. The standard layout looks like this:

Title page with initial data on who, what and on the basis of what made it up.
Contents (plan) of the report with all points and chapters.
An introduction with specific goals and objectives of the internship, as well as the expected results. Its preparation is very individual, and depends on the type of practice, the object on which it was passed.
The main part with a theoretical chapter with subsections, and a practical chapter. This is the hardest part, so you might want to get some writing help to handle this effectively.
The conclusion, summarizing all the work done, contains conclusions and an assessment of one's own actions. This section is considered key in any practice report.
Applications. They are not required and pertinent in every report. For example, a student underwent pre-graduation practice in court. It is quite logical to attach the samples of petitions, procedural documents, archival cards compiled by him. This gives an opportunity not only to tell, but also to show the work. And this is a bonus.

When defending a report on practice, at a minimum, you need to understand what has been written and understand what kind of production and the specifics of the work in question. Do not make facts out of your head. Fact-checking everything is hard, though, so experts on are eager to help you out. Even if you have not completed an internship, but simply signed documents, take an interest in the format of the work. Stay tuned.

What are the types of practice reports?

As part of the training of the specialty, junior students are faced with the simplest type of practice - educational. It is not particularly labor-intensive, and no one will demand depth of analytical work in reports. In such reports, it would be good to describe the enterprise or structure in which the student was trained, to note the significance and strengths. At the end, of course, indicate that the knowledge gained is supported in practice in the best way, even if frankly "no". If you put forward a number of suggestions for improvement, it's generally great.

The first level is passed, and already future bachelors move on to the so-called industrial practice. It is more designed for independent activities. It is important to reflect more thoughts and practical skills of the student in the report. Value judgments and ideas for optimizing the production process are required. That is, you have to "be smart". An actually smart solution is buying a paper in my opinion. And, finally, the most responsible type of practice, and therefore reports on it, is pre-graduation. This is the home stretch of training, so maximum return is required. There is one more trick: if the thesis is already being written, the chapters from there can be taken for a report on practice. Naturally, in a modified form.

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