Having a comprehensive, high-quality thesis proposal on hand is often tantamount to having already done half the job. And it isn’t an exaggeration: if you don’t have a thesis proposal that clearly delineates your intentions and prepares a working field for your paper, it doesn’t matter how deep your understanding of the topic is – it will be incredibly difficult to do anything of satisfactory quality. Vice versa, a well-made thesis proposal can be of tremendous help even if you aren’t particularly good at research.
That is why it is so important to pay special attention to preparing this part of your work. This article will teach you some basics of how to do it. Continue reading Thesis Proposal Basics: Order, Structure and Resources
Many students treat writing a dissertation proposal in a rather off-hand fashion, seeing it as nothing more than a formality before the actual work starts, something that can be done in their spare time. In reality, it is an extremely important stage which, in fact, can define whether you entire dissertation is going to be a success or not.
In other words, if you want to write your dissertation quickly, without backtracking and making silly mistakes, you should put some hours into preparing a proposal first. And here is how you do it. Continue reading 6 Steps to Plan an Effective Dissertation Proposal
Perhaps it would be somewhat of an exaggeration to say that choosing the right topic for your research paper means that half of your work is done, but there is certainly a grain of truth in this statement. Correctly chosen topic can make all the subsequent writing, research and formatting much easier, and vice versa – a topic that is hard to research or doesn’t suit you can prolong the ordeal and make it all much harder. That is why making the right choice from the outset is so important – but how are you supposed to do it?
Let’s find out. Continue reading How to Choose a Researchable Topic for a College Term Paper
Writing a research paper, especially if you haven’t yet got much experience in this area, you can turn into a veritable nightmare. You cannot simply sit down and start writing – this kind of work requires preparation and planning. This article will provide a step-by-step instruction to help you make your first step in college-level research writing. Continue reading College Research Paper Tutorial: How to Craft a Decent Academic Piece
Even if you never encountered any problems with essay writing throughout your high school years, transitioning to the kind of writing that is expected from college students can be a rather bumpy ride. The bump is not so much in straightforward quality but in the mindset, the tools you are supposed to use, the overall approach. It may be even worse for those who were always good at writing: being used to always being on top of things, they’re more likely to feel annoyed with having to learn everything from scratch again. This article will tell you in what ways college writing is different from what you did in high school and how you can transition to it quickly and painlessly. Continue reading How to Turn Your High School Writing into a Top-Notch College Essay
A persuasive essay is exactly what it says on the tin – a piece of writing which main aim is to persuade the reader that a particular point of view is correct, as opposed to all the alternatives. But how do you write an essay to give it qualities that would be enough to convince the reader?
Let’s find out some essay writing guidelines: Continue reading How to Convince the Readers in a Persuasive Essay
Put simply, writing a narrative essay is writing a story. Of all essay types, this one is probably the most personal and gives you most opportunities to present yourself and your individual point of view to the reader. The very structure of the essay presupposes that it is written from a particular point of view, usually that of the author’s. Even when you write a persuasive essay aimed at turning people over to your point of view on something, you usually don’t have an opportunity to talk about yourself – whereas a narrative essay fills in this blank. Nevertheless, to do so effectively one has to be able to provide reader’s involvement – and it may be rather complicated.
This article will show you how it is done. Continue reading How to Organize a Narrative Essay to Involve the Reader
Writing a descriptive essay, at a glance, feels like an easy task. After all, we all describe something every day, don’t we? As too many students tend to discover all too late, it is a much less trivial task than you may believe. So how exactly can you make it work? How does one draw with words?
Read our essay writing guidelines: Continue reading Your Senses in a Descriptive Essay: How to Draw with Words
Critical essay writing is supposed to improve one’s critical thinking skills and reasoning in general – things that are certainly quite useful both in academic career and in everyday life. That’s why it would be a good idea to learn how to write them even if you don’t intend to write for a living in future.
Here are seven tips that will make your critical essays shine. Continue reading 7 Critical Essay Writing Tips That Will Improve Your Studies
As it is clear from its name, the main goal of a compare and contrast essay is to assess the similarities and/or differences between two or more objects, ideas, concepts or events. However, it doesn’t mean that a compare and contrast essay is limited to mechanical enumeration of common and distinctive features – a well-written essay of this type introduces a significant argument concerning the things that are being compared. You are supposed not only to compare, but to clarify as well what this comparison and discovered similarities/differences entail.
Let’s find out how to do it best. Continue reading Discovering Similarities and Differences in a Compare and Contrast Essay