Naturally, every case study has its definite structure. Most often, a case study consists of three major parts: method, results, and discussion. When you start writing your case study, you should organize the title page. Then, you should complete a good abstract. This section consists of 200 words. You are expected to summarize the case and present your problem to the reader. Also, you can be asked to insert several keywords below the abstract. When you organize the chapter devoted to your methods, you should illustrate the case from all sides and enumerate all methods. You should clarify the choice of your methods to make your paper understandable. Next, identify the results and discuss the entire case study logically.