Having prepared a strong custom essay format for each of a range of commonly asked exam questions is a great way to prepare for exams. With GCSEs and A Levels approaching, we look at a group of custom essays that will come in very handy indeed under exam pressure. This week: compare and contrast.
You need to provide a complete bibliography which lists everything that you have read for your essays or dissertation. References are important academic tools to use within the essay format. This includes books, journals, web pages that you have referred to. Referencing helps your readers find those sources if they want to research material in the same field. It also helps you make clear that you are not trying to portray the ideas of other academics as if these were your own ideas and is therefore vital in avoiding plagiarism.
Whether you are just starting to essay write, or working on writing a dissertation or a masters dissertation, students are often frustrated by the amount of mistakes markers pick up in their essay writing format because they didn’t know these aspects of their essay writing were not approved of. This post will target and explain some of the most common essay writing blunders to avoid so that you can improve your essay writing style, and your marks, for good!
This week’s custom essays blog looks at the popular exam essay question ‘To what extent…?’ We create the perfect custom essay format to suit all ‘To what extent’ questions, adaptable to any subject. Read on for details, and a summarised essay structure.