Savvy Tips To Write A Great Essay (And Have Fun Doing It!) (Part 1)

Savvy Tips To Write A Great Essay (And Have Fun Doing It!) (Part 1)

Writing an essay is crucial in any college career. It is a type of text in which a thesis is explored, analyzed, interpreted or evaluated based on your own experience and research. Many students don’t know how to start writing. The difficulties are usually in the choice of the topic and the structuring of the content. To choose the topic, start with something you master; To structure the content, focus on the three main parts of the essay that we show you within the keys to writing a good essay.


Don’t Procrastinate

Start on time to write, rewrite, erase, puzzle, and make the text coherent and uniform. The writing process is often more time-consuming than you think, and through thorough planning, you reduce the stressors that are often associated with writing.


Organize Your Framework

Tips for Students to Ace the Art of Essay-Writing | Goalcast

Set up a framework for writing by outlining the purpose, questions, method and disposition to start from. The framework makes it easier to get started and stick to what you intend to write about.


Identify the Topic

The first step in writing a college essay is to choose a relevant, general interest topic that motivates you. Begins to ask hypothetical questions and answers to define the argument. In some cases, the subject is given by those who request the writing. So, you must ask yourself the appropriate questions to adjust the theme and specify your approach in these cases.


Identify the Goal

6 Powerful Essay Writing Tips For College Students

To develop a theme, focus on the objective of the investigation, and try to convince the audience by delving into the argument.


Check the Background

After you’ve identified your topic, the next step is to do your background research and select reputable enough reputable sources for quality content. It is essential to inquire about the subject’s current state and not just stay in old study. You must be careful when using social media as a source. You can read other texts for inspiration and insight on the appropriate approach, aptly formulations and clear explanations. The more familiar you are with what scientific texts usually look like and frameworks, the better your work with your own text.


Structure Your Argument

The essay, as well as the explanation of your research, must be structured appropriately. Identify the implications with verifiable facts and contrast with reality. Don’t forget to research what evidence or sources support your argument and understand how it fits into the current academic discussion.


Use the Fixed Outline When Structuring Your Text

How to rank top in Essay Writing competition ~ littlelioness

Most scientific texts use the IMRAD model (Introduction, Methods, Results, and Discussion) or the hourglass model. The latter refers to a broadened introduction and conclusion that places the survey in a broader context and a narrowed text waist where the own survey is focused.


Build an Outline Based on the Basic Structure of an Essay

Define your scheme in three parts:

  1. An introduction that analyzes the state of the research on the subject and sets out the objective of the essay and the way forward. Your purpose here has to be to motivate the reader to continue reading. We recommend that you write this part last.
  2. A body in which you raise the issue and its relevance, introduce the argument and contrast the exposed implications with the existing evidence.
  3. A conclusion in which you present the findings, limitations, and possible ways to deepen the argument.


Look Up and See the Whole Thing from Time to Time as You Write

Try to look at the text as an orderly whole where everything should be connected without loose threads or gaps – neither in structure nor reasoning. It is easy to get used to your thoughts and your text (“but I know what I mean!”), So it’s important to remember the person reading your work does not know how things are connected.



Summarize the text when you have managed to get an overview of the themes of the text. The introductory abstract is a synthesis of the entire text. Still, it also requires consistent summaries of chapters and sections in the text for the reader to follow. You can also give the reader an overview by placing the most important in the first sentence; this is what the text is about, and in the end; this is what the text has been about.


Check out the second part of this blog for more interesting essay-writing tips.