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3 Most Important Criteria In Essay Writing

Essay writing is the bane of many college students who are faced with no choice, but complete their school requirements. Whether they admit or not, these students must submit the requirements on time unless they want a failing grade.

By: Carla Michelle Sommers
Category: Education:Online-Education
Posted: Sep 08, 2009
Updated: Sep 08, 2009
Views: 1102


Essay writing is the bane of many college students who are faced with no choice, but complete their school requirements. Whether they admit or not, these students must submit the requirements on time unless they want a failing grade. The problem for majority of students nowadays is that they are not interested enough in doing a particular writing assignment.

It will be unfair to say that the essay writing assignments professors require are easy. Although they may have other reasons for assigning a homework, professors want their students to enhance their analytical thinking in addition to practicing their writing skills. Professors evaluate students' essays on several important criteria, the most important of which are the following:

1.Presentation of Idea(s)

Many essays would mention that coherence must be present when writers present an idea or ideas. This is the most difficult for essay writers as temptations to over discuss a topic are hard to resist. Thus, writers must temper their tendencies to get lost in a myriad of sub-topics. They must remain focus on the main idea before they proceed on related sub-topics.

It is advisable for essay writers to conduct a thorough research before initiating the essay writing process. A good research would allow the writers to have a clear understanding on the limitations of their presentation. With sufficient knowledge on the many possibilities they could discuss on a specific topic, the writers have utmost control on the information they want to rely to their audience.

2.Discussion of Arguments

Arguments support the main idea of any essay. Without good arguments, readers would be at lost on what the essay writing piece is all about. This is where logical presentation of facts and other relevant data matter. To win over an audience, writers must make their point as clearly as possible. They must confront doubts with undisputed facts to bolster their main arguments about a specific topic.

3.Overall Relevance

At the end of each discussion, essay writers would do well if they create a summary on their ideas. Restating their arguments in an orderly manner is most helpful in terms of clarity. The primary goal of any custom essay would be attained as long as the writers remain faithful to the rules of grammar as well as be able to present a strong case about the chosen topic.



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Carla Sommers loves to write about just anything under the sun. As a freelance writer, she reads voraciously to enhance her essay writing skills. She is currently busy writing about America's civil war battles.

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