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How To Do My Essay Properly, No Fail Technique

An essay is about presentation of not only your ideas, but also the ideas that need to prove that you understand the subject.

An essay is made up of a series of 5 units or paragraphs.

In paragraph 1, the introduction, you establish how you intend to answer the questions.

In paragraphs 2 and 3 you want to demonstrate to the reader that you know what are you talking about. These paragraphs needs to establish, that every things is balanced, for example:

Paragraph 2 would be the reasons for, and paragraph 3 would be the reasons against, or, Paragraph 2 would be the main reason for and against, and paragraph 3 would be the secondary reason for and against.

  1. Introduction
  2. Reasons for
  3. Reasons against

Now, to do your essay properly, there is only one way to write it, that is to “PLAN” it. The plan is not necessarily about every things that is in the essay, it is about what you don’t say, about what you’re not going to say at the beginning. It is about getting your main ideas, your best ideas on paper and saving them for “THE CRUNCH”: paragraph 4

  1. Introduction
  2. Reasons for
  3. Reasons against
  4. Crunch

Paragraph 4, is probably getting to be your longest paragraph, where you back up your facts with good quotations, where you present your arguments in a clever, logical, ordered way. It’s exactly like the situation where You’re getting to an argument with one of your friends, you listen to them politely, you reason with them, how clever their points is, how wise their positions “BUT” 1, 2, 3 reasons why their positions is wrong, and bang, you flaw them, you destroy them, you establish your point of view calmly and very brilliantly by conceding they also have points of view too, but it was wrong.

Paragraph 5, it is the conclusion of all the discussion above, if you want to start a new discussion in this paragraph or to start a new ideas, you better start to write a new essay, it is a waste of your time to add anything new to the paragraph 5.

  1. Introduction
  2. Reasons for
  3. Reasons against
  4. Crunch
  5. Conclusion

To do your essay properly, read carefully your questions and, plan your answers.

 
 

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