Making Essay Writing Easier for You

990 WordsDec 11, 20124 Pages
After enduring one terrible essay after another, I was unable to resist trying to explore possibilities of a better way to write. This being college and all; the grading of all essays is done in accordance with standard requirements, meaning yours has to be as good as the person next to you, no matter how much your professor hates you. I hope that once you’ve thoroughly read my tips, this helps you cut down on the number of sleepless hours you have staring at a blank computer screen. One problem my professors and I often find in my writing is that I always find myself not having a solid stance on multiple essays. What I found to be helpful is answering the question. Sounds simple enough, but it's unbelievable how many people fail miserably to do so. While we're on this point, I might also like to mention the “quality not quantity” principle. Remember, three pages of strong discussion on the topic is preferable to a poorly organized ramble that spans over eleven pages, that fails to answer the question or only seems to addresses it to some extent. No one likes an idea that’s not complete or let alone a paper that seems like its been thought up by a turtle. In order to write a successful essay, you want to do when planning to write an essay is to pick a topic. This may sound easy… because it is. We have unlimited resources around us as college students to do countless hours of research to carefully articulate your position on a topic. After you’ve picked a topic to write about, you must organize your thoughts. You’ve picked your topic and position because that’s how you thought right off the bat. By taking what’s already in your head and putting it onto paper, you will be able to see connections and links between ideas more clearly than if it was in your head. This structure serves as a foundation for your paper, so make sure you do it to your best ability. With

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