Topic: Rules for writing essays

RyanHell    -- 10-25-2021 @ 4:52 AM
  Of the formal rules can be named only one - the
presence of the title.

The internal structure of homeworkmarket can be
arbitrary. Since it is a small form of a written work,
it is not necessary to necessarily repeat the
conclusions at the end, they can be included in the
main text or in the title.

Argumentation may precede the formulation of the
problem. The formulation of the problem may coincide
with the final conclusion.

Unlike the abstract, which is addressed to any reader,
so it starts with "I want to tell about..." and ends
with "I have come to the following conclusions...", the
essay is a rejoinder addressed to a prepared reader
(listener). That is, a person who already has a general
idea of what will be discussed. This allows the author
to focus on the disclosure of the new and not to
overload the statement with service details.

Basic mistakes when writing an essay
Unlike tests, essays do not assume a multiple-choice
format (when you are offered several answers to choose
from). Writing is not limited in time, you can rewrite
it many times, ask your friends to read it. Take
advantage of all the possibilities and try to avoid
common mistakes.

Bad check.
Don't think you can limit yourself to spell-checking.
Reread and make sure there aren't any ambiguous
expressions, unfortunate turns, etc. Examples you
shouldn't "take note" of:
- "I am proud to have been able to stand up to drug,
alcohol, and tobacco use."
- "Working for you, in a wonderful place with lots of
Gothic-style architecture, would be an exciting
challenge for me."

Tiresome prefaces, insufficient detail
Too often an interesting essay loses out in that it is
an enumeration of statements without illustrating them
with examples. It is characterized by the usual
clich├ęs: the importance of hard work and perseverance,
learning from mistakes, etc.

Essays are limited to a certain number of words, so you
need to manage this amount wisely. Sometimes this means
leaving out some ideas or details, especially if they
have already been mentioned somewhere or are not
directly relevant. Such things only distract the
reader's (listener's) attention and overshadow the main

Long sentences.
The longer the sentence, the better - this is what some
candidates think. However, this is far from the truth.
Long phrases do not yet prove the author right, and
short sentences often produce a greater effect. Long
sentences are best when they are interspersed with
short sentences. Try reading the essay out loud. If you
feel like you're catching your breath, break up the
paragraph into smaller paragraphs.

When you're done writing, do this exercise. Assign a
letter to each paragraph: either S (short), M (medium),
or L (long). S is less than 10 words, M is less than 20
words, and L is 20 words or more.

The following or a similar order of letters is correct:
M S M L M S.

Incorrect is this sequence: S S S S M L L L.

Do not overload the essay.
When writing, discard encyclopedia words. Incorrect use
of such words distracts the reader's attention and
diminishes the significance of your work.

By avoiding such common mistakes, you will be able to
interest the expert committee.


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