How to Write a Essay

					Introduction

The guidelines to writing a essay are usually given by tutors. Students are supposed to know that
the standard way does not change. Regardless of the topic under discussion, structure of writing
a essay paper remains the same. The steps are easy to follow and, understand for any student.
There is a need for continuous practice so that the processes involved can be fully understood.
The students who fail to practice , risk the severe measures taken by tutors. Many get very low
marks and, some are even forced to repeat classes. This is very discouraging as it results to
wasted time and resources. Students should make sure they follow steps outlined below to ensure
quality when writing essay papers.

Step one: Know the topic

Students must know the topic they are going to discuss. They should research to understand what
they are going to write. Many students start writing before understanding the topic and, this only
leads to failure. They are supposed to look for books, journals, publications and, online sources
on the topic. This will give them a lot of ideas to form a basis for the discussion.

Step two: Introduction

The student should now introduce what will be covered with his essay. This is because he knows
the topic well and, the points he is going to discuss. When writing a essay, the introduction
should be brief and general in nature.

Step three: Writing the thesis statement

This is brief indication of what will be covered in the essay. It should create an interest to readers
for studying the whole essay. This statement raises pertinent queries to readers which are
answered in the essay.

Step four: Outline

This is a vey important step in writing a essay. The student is supposed to arrange points to be
discussed in order of importance. Those points that relate more to the topic should take
precedence. They should be discussed in detail by giving examples to demonstrate the ideas.
This will be an indication to the tutor that the topic was understood.

Step five: The body

This is where all points are discussed in full according to the outline. Students writing a essay
should remember to include all points for discussion here. They should be aware of the word
limit for the essay to avoid being penalized. The most important points should get considerably
lengthy discussions. This ensures exhaustion of points and, more concrete debate. Most
references to the topic are discussed here.

Step six: Conclusion, editing and submission
The student should finally conclude his discussion in a short paragraph. It will briefly state his
thoughts on the topic and, what should be done. He should then go through his entire essay and,
edit any mistakes. These can be grammar errors, punctuation marks or arrangement of facts.

The final copy of the essay is then submitted to the instructor.

				
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