Reports are formally structured and communicate the findings of investigations in a clear, logical way. Your investigation may be a scientific experiment, a site visit, a series of observations, research into a process or procedure … but whatever different types of investigation you do as part of your course, you will need to report:. The content and structure of your report are determined by the needs of your audience and the purpose of your report … but how do you know who your audience are and what they want?.
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