structure of a review

structure of a review

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Structure of a review
The FWF provides the reviewers with a brief explanation of the quality standards that should form the basis for the formal ratings:
A review must comprise a written statement in which the reviewers are asked to address specific questions in relation to the proposal. At the same time, reviewers are asked to provide an overall formal assessment (i.e. rating) for each specific question 3 using the five-point scale shown below. Each review consists of two sections: the first section is transmitted to the applicant in its entirety and includes the overall ratings. In the second section, reviewers can provide confidential remarks to the FWF.

There are a couple different ways to structure the body of your literature review. Here are some ideas:
Introduction: lay out the general structure of your lit review & how it will be organized

References:

http://m.fwf.ac.at/en/research-funding/decision-making-procedure-evaluation/decision-making-procedure/structure-of-reviews/
http://guides.nyu.edu/c.php?g=277066&p=1846941
http://www.wikihow.com/Write-Articles