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How To Write A Good Essay


Writing A Good Essay

Writing a good quality essay on any topic can be a labour-intensive exercise. This answers the question of why essays are always given as take-away assignments. Hope should not be lost at this point because we have outlined below elaborate steps to guide a writer on how to write and present a good and standard essay.

1. Essay topic selection

The fact that you need a topic on which to write your essay cannot be denied or ruled out. If the lecturer provided you with the topic then it would be easier to write. But most of the times, that is not the case. Therefore you need to select the topic is a task that a writer should always be prepared to handle.

2. Till even deeper

Just like any farmer who wants a good crop result has to till deeper into the soil to be able to reach the soil nutrients. The writer has to de enough research on the topic. This way you will find sufficient materials as provided by those learned experts. As you till deeper ensure that what you pick is most relevant and has the basis to support your credibility.

3. Spend sufficient time

Approach your topic from different perspectives. Anything good does not come easy. Spend most of your time in relevant material gathering. Organize your research material and have mental preparedness on variations of arguments on different levels of your topic.

4. Mind organization

Like the preparation of a study timetable, so should your thoughts be organized. Every detail of the topic should be mentally structured. Have a clear mental path and picture of what you want to be written, clearly and elaborately painted in your mind. Then drive into play your creative and imaginative skills to drive your points home.

5. Get your argument right

As the roots provide life to any plant, your assertions should be well networked to enable the sustenance and support of your ideas. All that you try to bring forth should be easily understood and convincingly exhaustive. This is what will determine the fruits which your tree will give.

6. Go for it

Convince yourself that you are at this level ready to start writing. Put your best foot forward and expertly hand the main part of your essay down to the conclusive statement.

7. Take a break in between

You do not need to continuously burn your midnight oil without taking a rest. Design exercises that will freshen you up as you reflect on what to add or not in your essay. It is important to breath fresh air in between a daunting task.

8. Go through your work

Spelling and grammar mistakes can lower your grades. Make use of your dictionary to get it corrected. Spend time to revise your work over and over again just to ensure that your work in not only well written but perfect as well.

9. Inject in fresh ideas

Share your idea with another person. Let him read what you have written and advice you what you on what to change or not. Successful people have always consulted. As the adage says “Two hands make work light.’’

10. The final draft

Every long road always has an ending. Once you are sure that your work is perfect, sit down r, relax and do your final draft. Remember to read it the final time to ensure that you are using the right key on the right door.