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In our growing years of schooling, college and university most of us became familiar with essay writing. These days higher education curriculum has become more progressive and industry oriented. So, ...
In our growing years of schooling, college and university most of us became familiar with essay writing. These days higher education curriculum has become more progressive and industry oriented. So, it has a lot to do with such practises that is based on fundamentals and brief study of various subjects. Easy by meaning is a piece of writing on a particular topic. It’s an expression of background research, analysis of samples and then plotting an entire thesis around it. http://goo.gl/tbp7Ex
1:- Develop a well-structured essay by jotting down the most important points in a notepad. Read the essay question, and write all the relevant ideas and information.
2:- Imagine your class teacher asking you to write the summary of the essay, in a few sentences i.e. it’s the argument of the essay. If you can write it perfectly, you are definitely on the right track.
3:- Create an outline; how you will justify the arguments and what kind of examples/evidences you will use to present your ideas.
4:- Set a deadline for creating the first draft; it will give you the time to revise the final copy before submitting.
5:- Explain the objective of the essay in the introductory paragraph. Give a detailed online to let your readers know about the areas which will be covered in the essay.
6:- Your essay should answer three things i.e. What, How and Why.
7:- Explain the statements/examples you have used in the essay. Justify how it relates to the topic.
8:- Use easy and simple language to make your points. A complicated statement can confuse the readers.
9:- Summarize the topic in the conclusion; mention the key points and explain how you have answered the question perfectly.
10:- It’s revision time! Check the spellings, grammar errors and punctuation. Write a thought provoking line which impresses your readers.
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