If you set aside all forms of distractions, and put your entire focus on your academic responsibilities, then writing top-quality essays is certainly something you can achieve. Once you develop all of the good habits of completing your paper, then you may even be able to get through all of the work in less time. Here are some tips to make academic writing simple:
Before starting your essay, you’ll probably have dozens of thoughts spinning around your mind. It’s a good idea to sit down and write out your ideas in a brainstorm session. Group your like-minded ideas into clusters and pick three major points to prove your central argument.
Now that you have your three best topics to discuss, you can formulate a draft thesis statement to guide your evidence and sub-arguments. The best thesis statements get right to the point, are clear and concise. The thesis doesn’t have to be perfect at this point, just as long as it clearly states your point of view on something that can be argued.
An outline is important in writing great essays. They keep you on track and you can constantly refer back to them when you find your thoughts (and your writing) veering off course. Make yours as simple or as complicated as you like, whatever works for you.
Introductions help set the tone for the rest of your paper. So it’s important that you don’t gloss over this paragraph by simply summarizing what you will be discussing. Start with a hook to grab your readers attention then gradually bring your reader towards your thesis statement.
Your body paragraphs will include all of your supporting evidence. These all have topic sentences as well as two or three supporting points making up the core of each paragraph. Make sure each sentence relates directly to the thesis statement.
Your conclusion shouldn’t simply summarize your paper. It should synthesize and show your reader how you have accomplished in thoroughly discussing and proving your point throughout your paper. End your paper with a lasting thought for your readers to think about your work well after they have finished reading.
Lastly, be sure to proofread and edit your final draft. Even the smallest mistakes can be very distracting for your readers. So be detailed in checking spelling, punctuation, grammar and structure. Doing so will certainly improve your writing instantly.