A good research question can be something that guides you and keeps you on track. A good question should be researchable, specific, relevant, focused, and viable. When starting out you should choose a broad topic. The next step is to read as much as you can about the topic. As you read you can start narrowing down the topic. When you have narrowed down the topic you should discover a research problem. When you have chosen your research problem you need transform it into a research question. Remember that it must not be too broad or too complex. It should also be worthwhile.
To summarize, a good question should be:
- not too complex