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Tips: How To Write a Descriptive Essay Writing a descriptive essay may be a very complicated problem. This type of essay requires creativity and rich vocabulary. You should read a lot to be detailed enough and to able to use numerous synonyms, antonyms, metaphors that will make your descriptive essay more colourful and interesting. Sometimes… Continue Reading »
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Tips: How to Write a Compare and Contrast Essay A compare and contrast essay might seem quite an easy type of paper but it has some peculiar moments we would like to dwell on. Compare and contrast essay writing is not just the description of similarities and differences of the given matters. That is why… Continue Reading »
Tips: How to Write a Cause and Effect Essay A cause and effect essay is used in various fields of sciences and is often required in high school and introductory college writing courses. A cause and effect essay suggests the explanation of the given problem and points at its resulting effects. Often this kind of… Continue Reading »
Tips: How to Write a Critical Essay Paper Writing a Critical Essay Critical essay writing should be based on facts and evidence that one has gathered on his subject but not on one’s feelings. The most widespread mistake that students usually do – is writing not a critical essay but a descriptive one. Critical essay… Continue Reading »
Tips: How to Write Argumentative Essay What is Argumentative Essay? Before starting to write your argumentative essay, let’s figure out what did your teacher mean when ask you to prepare an argumentative essay. Usually, it is not a lengthy piece of writing that students of all levels write to show an ability to argument their… Continue Reading »
Tips: How to Write a Persuasive Essay Before starting to write a persuasive essay answer to yourself honestly “do I know how to write a persuasive essay?”. This is where the problem starts! The most of the students write an essay without a clear understanding of what exactly this type of writing should tell about…. Continue Reading »
Tips: How to Write a Good Coursework By the end of the semester students can be assigned to write a coursework with a high probability. Very often professors use this kind of academic papers to know your real attitude to the discipline and how good you were during the semester. Coursework is a very that… Continue Reading »
How To Write a Good Dissertation Proposal Are you too busy with writing your dissertation for degree? Are your deadline for dissertation proposal is too close? If so, than we suppose that any information on how to write a dissertation proposal will be useful to you. Very often students pay less attention for a proposal… Continue Reading »
What is a Personal Statement? Personal statement is not a usual paper you used to write at school for getting a good grade. Now your future educational life straightly depends on this paper and you are going to write about yourselves life, not a famous author’s or scientist’s. Writing a personal statement paper you should… Continue Reading »
Tips: How to Do a PowerPoint Presentation Ask any student what he or she thinks about PowerPoint persentations and you will hear how long and boring they are. Unfortunately PowerPoint presentations have such a bad reputation because of presentors lack of skills. What if we tell you that your PowerPoint presentation can be not just… Continue Reading »