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Do you ever find yourself diving into writing without much planning before you start your essay?
I see this A LOT with the students I work with and a few things tend to happen:
– the writing process takes a lot longer
– the writing process is more stressful
– they end up having to cut loads of words that aren’t relevant
– they go off on tangents and don’t answer the question
– they get lower grades because of it.
I don’t want this to happen to you. Instead, follow my simple planning process before you start your essay, and you’ll find the whole process much easier AND you’ll achieve higher grades.
In this episode, I take you through a worked example essay question, and teach you the 7 simple but powerful questions you should ask yourself before you start your essay to ensure your arguments are strong, coherent, and that you actually answer the task you’ve been set.
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- Find out more and enrol in Essays With Ease.
- Grab a copy of my book – The Return to Study Handbook.
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- Join the waitlist for my next Get the Grades Bootcamp.
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