How to Effectively Write an Argumentative Essay

Argumentative Essay

Opinions are a dime-a-dozen so there isn’t anything inherently original or outstanding as the next one. There will always be a contrarian to these opinions and their need to explain their side. The way you write about it, however, can give girth and power behind it so that these arguments have a persuasive meaning and critical thoughts. Writing about a personal opinion is more than just spouting your idea to others, but rather a way of communicating your thought process and critical thinking skills. Continue reading

Top 10 Tips on How to Beat Writer’s Block

Writers block

There is no doubt that college and university students face the same dilemmas throughout their young, academic careers. Whether it’s late assignments, whether to socialize or study, or pulling all-nighters, student’s share the same pain. It’s also safe to say that one of the biggest and most widespread problems is the all-mighty writer’s block. University professors and teachers assign really complex and controversial essay topics that students must research and analyze in order to produce a well-written academic piece of work. From philosophy students to history majors, from statisticians to art history buffs, writing an essay can be quite the challenge if you are not equipped to handle it properly. Continue reading

What is the Difference Between Research Proposal and Research Report?

Research proposal and research report

When it comes to academic or scientific, quantified research, there are several steps writers need to be aware about before diving head-first into the hypothesis. There is a rhyme and a reason for these steps, and they are mostly to make the student aware of the process and to gather and organize ideas, thoughts, and examples in an efficient manner. One common mistake students make when writing research projects is mixing up their research proposal and research report. Of course, both of them are closely related to the research itself. Continue reading

How to Make Your Essay Longer, the Right Way

How to make your essay longer

It’s 3 AM and you’re sitting at your computer, staring into the void worried about the results of this subpar essay you’ve painstakingly endured this weekend. You glance over at the word count, and even though you’ve valiantly written 3,000 words already, you’re still short another 2,000. This insurmountable writing assignment is only 60% finished and it’s early in the morning. Continue reading

How to Write a Good Synopsis for Thesis

How to Write a Good Synopsis

After countless hours studying, hundreds of exams and tests, millions of words written in essays and projects, here you are at the final boss of your PhD or MBA program; your thesis. This is what stands between you and your degree and nothing may be more daunting a task than this one. Luckily for you, there are several ways of attacking this, and one of the major steps in doing so is writing a clear and effective synopsis for your thesis. Continue reading

How to Write an Essay with No Mistakes

Essay without mistakes

Everyone knows the life lesson “you learn from your mistakes” and “no one is perfect.” Although these may ring true, there are certain things in life that you should dramatically decrease the margin for errors and mistakes, and school is one of them.  Continue reading

How to Write a Case Brief like a Pro

Case brief

There is one very important aspect of writing that students sometimes forget about when completing their writing assignments, and that is the reason for writing. When assigned an essay or a writing assignment, it’s crucial to understand the “why” of it all, so that you can write and communicate your ideas clearly and effectively.  Continue reading

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