Studying is not easy and is not cheap. As the number of students suffering from anxiety rises, students across the country are getting more creative
Studying is not easy and is not cheap. As the number of students suffering from anxiety rises, students across the country are getting more creative. After all, a 3-4 year college experience does not need to boil down to sitting in your room, studying all the time. Going out and socializing are equally important.
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When deciding which subjects to take, be mindful of what is important to you. If you like reading and find literature classes particularly interesting, take those classes. If you like sports and would like to start a career while in school, choose subjects that will allow you to have a good time off every day, to focus on your sporting activities.
Many students decide to delegate their tasks and save themselves some more time. In doing so, one thing is clear: essay writing services do not come cheap. After all, as every student knows, essay writing demands a lot of work and a lot of dedication. And when you want a professional to write your college paper, every hour worked is paid.
However, there are ways you can use to save yourself a lot of money. Sure, they mean more work for you, but the money saved is the money twice earned. Read on to find out about our tips and tricks for essay writing this school year.
Do a Part of the Work Yourself
First things first, the more you do, the less you’ll pay others to do the work for you. Making a good outline and some additional research can save you a ton of money and does not take as much time as you may think. So, let’s dive in and see what you can do today to get a great sketch of your college essay.
Then, get a topic you are familiar with. Going for a topic you may not know much about will only make things worse, as you will have to do a little research for every term you are unfamiliar with. Knowing the basics can save you a lot of time and a lot of nerves when trying to do an outline.
Think the Topic Through
Once your topic is in place, try to think about it. No research, no reading, nothing; take a look at what is expected of you and go on to IMAGINE what the ideal essay responding to the topic would be. Once you have your idea, go on to brainstorm some solutions.
Take Some Time To Brainstorm
Brainstorming is the next most important part of the essay writing/planning process. Understanding this can also save you a lot of time, so pull out a piece of paper and write down any idea you may have about your essay topic. Small, big, unfinished ideas - they’re all good; get them out of your head and onto a piece of paper.
Arrange the Ideas
Once this stage is done, move the ideas around and try to arrange them. Try to do so by trying to find similar ideas or ideas with some shared notions. To best group, them, try to have three to four distinct groups of ideas, which should all support your thesis statement.
Make an Outline
Finally, arrange all groups of ideas into a logical sequence. The sequence could be relational, chronological, causal, you decide. Remember, this is your essay, and there is no prescribed way or logic behind ordering the ideas. Once you have them all, pull another sheet of paper and rewrite everything from your brainstorm phase as a neat, bullet point list. Congratulations, this is your outline.
Check Out Others’ Work
Once your outline is ready, make sure to check out some free essay samples. These samples usually come with a list of references. Try to find a sample that is as close to your topic as possible. Check out the references part and see which of the works listed there could work for you.
Once this is all done, it is time to contact an essay writing service and see what they can do to lower your price. Alternatively, you can also find a freelancer to write the essay for you. Just make sure to get a price reduction for the work you have done.
Studying is not easy, but it does not have to be too difficult either. Understand that there is so much more to your college experience than books and libraries, and try to find the perfect balance between your student and personal life. As many other students do, you too should try to delegate some tasks and save yourself some precious time.
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