Writing can be hard for some people because they feel it is a challenging task. Several students are good in their studies, but when it comes to writing, they complain that they have not the same potential for writing as they have for learning. According to research, even 30% of bright students find writing process hard and challenging for them. Due to it, they are failed to gain high marks. On the other hand, if you are one of those students who can put their voices, images, and characters into writing, then you are a writer.

Today’s college education system is tough, and students have high competition. Students assigned with essay writing, and assignments daily and at the end of the day, they feel overburdened. To lessen this burden, you can purchase an essay or assignment from a custom writing service. Using an essay writing service can also save you from late submission, embarrassing marks plus sleepless nights. This will also give you help to pay extra heed to your studies. You can spend your time revising for your class tests.

Some students who have enough time they claim to absence necessary skills of writing. Sometimes they claim that for them writing is a boring process, and they even don’t know where to begin. By following these simple tips, you can confidently and successfully write your essay.

1.      Understanding of Assigned Topic

Understanding and knowledge of the topic and question are necessary. Without knowing the background information and present status of your question, you may not be able to write a good essay. On the other hand, if it is up to you to select a topic for your assignment, then sit down, feel free to think about different ideas and joint down them. After it, narrow down your chosen topic. If you find it hard, you can ask your friends or teachers for help.

2.      Make an Outline

Before starting your writing, make an essay outline. Write the question in the mid of the page and draw lines each line holds the main idea and add your thoughts at the end of each line.

3.      Strategic Distribution of Information

After creating an essay outline, it is necessary to distribute the information correctly. If your written work does not convey the information step by step, then you may fail to obtain good grades. Here I have a sample of outline you can follow it when you start your writing.

  • Start with the introduction paragraph, and it should hold the thesis statement.
  • Body paragraph holds the information on the subject, research work, and statistics.
  • Conclusion paragraph restates the thesis statement and provides supportive arguments.

4.      Editing and Proof Reading

After completing your first draft, proofread it. Checks the format and structure and make sure you have used the right one. Ensure that you have written the main idea and point both in the first and last paragraph.

You can use online tools for grammar, spellings, and punctuation corrections. Read your work, again and again, consider to remove irrelevant sentences and improve the expression by changing the vocabulary after editing in the first draft, write your final essay and don’t forget to reread it.

Sometimes we may miss our mistakes, so ask your friends to read your final draft. In this way, you are more likely to submit an error or mistake-free assignment.

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Bryant Nielson is heavily involved in the Corporate Training and Leadership and Talent space. He currently is the Managing Director for CapitalWave Inc and the training division, Financial Training Solutions. He brings a diverse corporate experience of organizational development, learning and talent development, and corporate training, that also includes personal coaching of top sales individuals and companies of all sizes. For the prior 4 years, Bryant was the Managing Director and Leadership and Talent Manager for Lengthen Your Stride! LLC. In this position, Nielson was the developer of all of the courses for MortgageMae University (MMU), the Realtor Development Center (RDC), and of Lengthen Your Stride! (LYS). In that position, he developed material, refined over many years of use and active training, and condensed the coursework and training to be high impact, natural learning, and comprehensive. Bryant has over 27 years of Senior Management experience encompasses running his own Training and mortgage firm, in New York City. He strongly believes that the corporate training is not to be static but should 'engage and inspire' students to greater productivity and performance.