How to Write a Paper in a Weekend (By Prof. Pete Carr)

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

In this video, Prof. Carr (faculty member at the University of Minnesota, Department of Chemistry) is explaining the Algorithm of writing a paper in a weekend.


  1. Erick B says:

    Pretty good advice, thanks for making this video!!

  2. Jose Augusto Paixão Veiga says:

    Thank you for sharing this video. I just loved it. It is a very good strategical way to write papers.

  3. Rabab Al says:

    Very helpful. Thaaaaanks

  4. zhangbo0037 says:


  5. Omid Hajihassani says:

    How would you start if you are writing review paper since you said don’t start with introduction?

  6. Fatih Gökgöz says:

    Many thanks for the great tutorial!! Best regards from Berlin.

  7. Farhang Jalali says:

    A brilliant lesson Professor Carr! thanks for sharing. I have almost all of the issues you pointed on. :)))

  8. Ariel Marchant Gallardo says:

    thanks a lot

  9. Bryce Fleetwood says:

    the hardest part about writing research papers is thinking and coming to conclusions on your own and having petty tyrant professors say you cheated

  10. Guzal Norkulova says:

    Thank you so much, Professor! This helped me a lot!

  11. Kada Bentata says:

    excellent and very helpful. thank you very much

  12. AKDGsonic says:

    Thanks very much for sharing the precious experience about writing papers

  13. AI fan says:

    You want me to suppress my procrastination? OK, tomorrow.

  14. Michael Concepcion says:

    I can write a 2000+ research paper in a weekend without doing any research beforehand. It requires work, but it can be done without any first drafts. Ask me how!

  15. lahcen rerbal says:

    Thank you, Professor , I'm really stacked by the article.

  16. Jon Goh says:

    I am glad to watch this video.. just in time. I am in midst writing for my research dissertation. however, as my experiments still in progress, I start off with introduction to literature review first….otherwise, I won't meet the dead line.

  17. ⴼⴰⵔⵉⴷⴰ ⴱⵓⵆⵉⴰⵔ says:

    In a week-end?!

  18. Emmanuel Ameyaw says:

    haha…i heard using the word 'algorithm' makes you look

  19. Johan Karlsson says:

    I have used 4 articles and I have taken out the problems arguments and solutions argument and I have narrowed down the words to 4000. Now I don't know how to organize the essay. Should I take problems from 1 article and begin with that one and end with solutions? and then start with the next one 😛 ? Or should I combine the problems and solutions from all articles I have 3 points as a guideline for the red line But feel lost : /

  20. nsbhater says:

    Gee, I wish YouTube excised when I was at uni 👀 great pointers and advice, professor!👍

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