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7. When writing your proposal use an inverted pyramid format (from a broad to a narrow focus). Have a peer read your proposal to see if it makes sense and to evaluate its worth.
Here are some tips that you can use to write your proposal properly.
8. Market your proposal (., get it approved) by making it appealing to the reader. (Grammar, spelling, appearance) Have someone read what you wrote and use their feedback as consultation.
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