Published by: Jae Stephenson
Category: Essay, More >>
Published at: Saturday, February 10 2018 02:36:04
Proofreading, editing, and revision. Do not overlook these important elements. Proofread, edit, and revise after you write. Some writes only the first draft and then submit it at once to their teacher. You need to proofread; for sure you will spot some errors in spelling, punctuations, capitalization, or typographical errors, that you have not notices while in the process of writing your essay. You need to edit. You will surely spot some deeper errors like mistakes in grammar, sentence and paragraph composition, etc. Revision is likewise very important. Do this and submit your final draft and not your first draft.
An essay is thus, a literary initiative to describe and comprehend a situation, to the best ability of the author. Writing a meaningful and strong essay has been one of the most intriguing mysteries of the academic world. As the scope of an essay is immense, close to infinity, there can be in no proven or scientific parameter to gauge the intensity of an essay. An essay can be anything and everything which can perfectly explain and comment on a given subject. The reader of the essay can be termed as the final judge to determine, how good an essay is. The essay should be such that it can reflect the actual situation through a spectrum of thoughts, in a manner which can keep the interest and facts on the same boat. All the words and sentences written for the subject should be synchronized in a perfectly uniform structure, providing a platform to the reader to closely analyze the thoughts, and in some cases, should be able to drive home a point