Put those mediocre B-minus essays on the trash pile and level up to A-plus quality. Hopefully, with a little bit of guidance, you can successfully transition from a good writer, to a fantastic one. So put a bit of thinking into your projects, work a little harder, and don’t be afraid to try a few new strategies to turn your essay into a piece that will impress your teacher.
Putting in a lot of effort into not starting an essay on time is something many college students are quite familiar with. One week goes by then another. You have three days left but aren’t in the right mood to begin. One day till deadline but you figure to have enough time before class to craft a solid paper. Now you’re down to two hours. It’s time to get started and here are the tips you should follow:
This sounds easy but it’s the part that students seem to struggle with the most. Ask yourself what the point of your paper is. This will help you develop your thesis statement. Your paper must present an argument that allows for more than one viewpoint (i.e., an opposing viewpoint). Following this basic strategy should give you this all important essay component.
Sometimes when we are uncertain of what we are trying to say we try to use confusing concepts or large words in hope that something we get down on the screen will be profound. Don’t! Keep your paper straightforward and simple. An easy-to-follow argument will improve your chances of getting a top grade. Remember that good essay writing is clear and concise writing.
After getting down a few ideas and a solid but simple argument, it’s time to find some research that . supports your argument. Since you are out of time you will need to skim paragraphs for a few quotes or pieces of information you can plug into your essay. You may not be able to find evidence that fits perfectly, so prepare yourself to make it work. Be sure not to plagiarize; assign credit where credit is due.
The easiest way to structure and organize your paper in just a few hours is to plan to writing your essay in three part. The first part is writing your introduction which should simply state what you are writing about and what your position on specified topic is. Your thesis statement should be placed at the end of your introduction and lead your reader into the core of your paper. The second part is a little more difficult but can be made simple if you come up with about three topic sentences to guide. Each paragraph should have a few sentences where you present your evidence dealing with the just those topic sentences you write. Be sure to transition from one paragraph to each one that follows. Your conclusion should simply re-state your thesis in different words, as well as remind your reader of how your evidence has proven your point.
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