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How to write an essay

Writing such a paper may seem complicated, but it is not - if the student, of course, understands the subject, has a general idea and own thoughts about the chosen topic.

The style of presentation, approach to the analysis, formulation of the main ideas and their proofs will be evaluated, but in no way the student's or student's opinion, even if it does not coincide with the teacher's and generally accepted one.

To write a good essay, you need to:

read several similar works by other authors;
gather information on the chosen topic;
formulate the main theses;
support them with arguments;
write a draft, then reread, edit, and "polish" the text.

Familiarity with similar works is necessary in order to understand the structure of academized reviews, approaches to the construction of the main statements and their arguments. By no means should you use someone else's essays as templates - this is a completely creative assignment that requires uniqueness and individuality.

You should not forget that writing essays is a good exercise for the brain that develops thinking, and in general is very useful for the self-development of a student, so you should not give up writing them yourself.

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Re: How to write an essay

Reply #1
To write an essay is an easy thing but to write it with all sop's and in a professional way so you need to learn it. Because no one will teach you how to write it, they will just tell you an overview of it but they will not tell you tips and tricks for writing and good essay. For that, you need to learn it. Just like I learn aws security certificate preparation, to know how can I do it professionally and perfectly. That is why I suggest you learn it first after that you will be able to write an essay on your own without taking someone's help.