As a perfect student, you certainly seek excellence in every word. However, excellence never means writing something great at once, without editing and reviewing the initial draft. However, even excellence has its limits, and you may find it particularly difficult to manage multiple tasks and writing drafts.
When you are done with a draft of your paper, you will need to edit and proofread it. This does not seem like an easy task even for an experienced student. Just imagine how much time it will take to read everything you have written. Besides, you may not know how to edit an essay. Finally, you may not notice smaller mistakes and typos, since you have written it on your own and you may have a...
The question of how to proofread an essay properly is one that many students ask and indeed, before submitting any essay, it is essential to proofread it. Yet, revision and proofreading are frequently overlooked and even undervalued. This can lead to a poor grade or missing out on the grade a student was aiming for.
Constructing a book report for school can be a tough challenge, but learning how to write a college book report will make it much easier for you. For this reason, we will discuss each part of the book report in a separate section to help you grasp the basics better and organize your writing step by step.
What is the key to improving your time-management skills? How can you make sure that you don’t work on your assignments at a snail’s pace?
By learning to write faster, of course!
Writing dialogue presents a unique set of challenges. A single italicized word can change the whole tone and meaning of an exchange, for example. Compare a person telling a questioner ‘that’s all I can remember’ with ‘that’s all I can remember.’ The difference in emphasis alters the meaning of the sentence. Here are 7 ways to write better dialogue:
This blog post is meant to help you succeed in your college classes by sharing 25 essay writing tips to use as a college student. Grab your syllabus and laptop charger, it’s time to get writing! College is different than high school in a lot of ways. The biggest difference I’ve seen, as a current college sophomore, is how college assigns “homework” and “tests.” In high school, it seemed that I...