​The Great Essay Writing Process

 

Many students find writing essays cumbersome and painful. This is because they are still unsure how to approach essay writing. If you get the right approach, you will find that essay writing is not painful at all. In fact, it can be a very fun and satisfying process.

Essay writing is often referred to as an art and for good reason. It can take years of practice to perfect the craft. Most of the time, students become good at writing essays when they reach the end of their school careers. Here is a basic guide to writing essays.

1. Read and understand the essay topic / question

This is the most important part of the essay writing process. Once you have correctly understood what the essay question is, you can analyze what kind of supporting research you will need. You don't need to make your whole argument, but save it for later in your essay writing sample. For now you need to understand exactly what the question is asking you. Highlight key terms and brainstorm some possible essaywriter.

2. Research the topic

Go to the library, to the internet, read some books, check your notes. Refine the specific question at hand and read the corresponding information.

3. Write an outline

As elementary as it sometimes seems, schematics are the scaffolding for all successful writing. It doesn't have to be a formal outline, but simply outlines the order of your essay in some method you understand.

4. Write a thesis statement

The thesis statement is the basis of your essay. Write that sentence that argues the point, the debate, and the crux of your essay. It will be the closing sentence of your introduction and the starting point for the rest of the writing.

5. Write the paper

Only write. It doesn't have to be a masterpiece as you write that first draft. Just get something on paper that you can eventually mold into a final product.

6. Edit the paper for the content

Edit the document to make sure it stays on target, following your thesis, and have enough supporting evidence to prove your thesis.

7. Edit the grammar paper

Take a quick look at your essay only for grammatical problems (spelling, punctuation, transitions, etc.).

The easiest part and definitely the most enjoyable. Reviewing your essay with your own red pen and ruthlessly editing it will ensure you have a perfect essay to deliver when the due date arrives.


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