Has your teacher asked you to write an essay? And the thought of picking up the pen and paper or rather the laptop and starting on the essay seems a daunting task? Well, you are not alone. Many find the task of writing an academic essay frightening or intimidating. They all wish there was someone whom they could say ‘could you please write my essay for me?’
Academic essays are an essential part of the college life and will continue to be so if you are looking to move into an academic based career or a career in writing or one that requires analytical writing. Writing a strong essay for the academic purpose is a skill that will take you ahead and keep you ahead in grades and experience.
However, in order to write the perfect academic essay, you need to keep a few important points in mind. Most importantly, follow every instruction to the T.
Follow these steps and write the perfect academic essay assigned to you.
– Decide on the theme and the topic of the essay
Once the essay has been assigned to you, your first task is to read and understand all the instructions. Next, decide what you want to write about (if that is not specified already). Decide on the theme of your essay and how you want it to flow.
– Have an outline ready
Next step is to make an outline draft of your essay with an idea of your essay is going to look like. Having an outline will help you move ahead in the right direction and have you reach teh final destination smoothly. It will help in giving form to your thoughts and make changes prior to the rough draft.
– Get the hypothesis ready
Prepare a hypothesis informing the readers what you are trying to convey through your essay. It might be a statement or a question outlining the theme of your essay and what the readers are going to read ahead. This prepares the reader and sets his mind.
– Have a catchy heading
The heading of your essay is what will pull the readers and pike their interest towards your essay. Make it interesting and catchy. The first paragraph of your essay will have to explain the heading in a few lines. DO not go overboard with the explanation. Keep it short and crisp.
– The main body
The main body of your essay will convey everything you want to convey. Your essay, whether argumentative, analytical, narrative or explanatory, will have to express what it is trying to say within the main body of the essay. Each focal point that you want to convey should be explained as a separate paragraph, giving an explanation and valid arguments in its favor.
– The conclusion
Conclude your essay on a high note and leave the readers wanting for more. The conclusion can be either decisive or left on a cliffhanger to leave the readers wondering. The Conclusion of your essay closes the essay and a place where it is quite to safe to voice your opinion about the topic.