Articles in 'essay help'

  • What is an Essay Development Plan (EDP)?

    17th February 2017
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    Essay Writing Tips

    28th October 2016

    Genuinely useful essay writing advice can be hard to come by. Our academic experts have written the following tips for […]

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  • A fifth of students believe that teaching standards at their university are poor

    14th May 2014

    A fifth of students believe that teaching standards at their university are poor, according to research. A survey of 3,400 […]

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    Model Essays Make Model Students

    15th March 2014

    Having a large team of writers who represent all of the major UK universities across a broad range of academic […]

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    Custom Essays: ‘To what extent?’

    05th May 2011

    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.

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    Essay format top tips

    16th August 2010

    Writing a strong essay format is the most important fundamental essay writing skill to learn, as it allows you to structure and present your ideas in the best possible light, in any essay and at any level. This article explains how to achieve a clear, academic essay format and earn the top grades your ideas deserve! Writing yourself a clear essay outline before you begin to essay write is an essential part of a strong format.

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    Essay writing tips: a strong argument

    12th July 2010

    Almost every essay example, on any subject, from weekly assignment writing to writing an undergraduate or masters dissertation or even a thesis, has one thing in common. It will revolve around an argument. Whether you are driving home a specific theory, considering an issue from all angles or debating a double-sided problem, an argument should emerge to give structure and direction to your essay format. So read on for our top tips on essay writing: how to strengthen your argument.

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    Quick Tips for Essay and Dissertation Writing

    25th June 2010

    Organization – Organizing the essay correctly is more important than you may think. Bad signposting can make your meaning difficult for the reader to interpret. Take some time to plan your essay structure in advance.

    Buzzwords – Make sure you understand and use vocabulary that is used in your subject. If your lecturer keeps talking about “revisionism” or “diacritics” make sure you understand what these are and use these themes in relevant essays.

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    Writing to advise

    18th June 2010

    Amongst the various essay writing styles you might be asked to adopt, one of the most subtle is writing to advise. Whether you studying this writing style as part of your GCSE English revision or writing to advise ks3, or for more general purposes, there are several simple tips that will help your essay writing style. Read below to strengthen your techniques and approach as we provide you with our best essay advice for writing to advise.

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