Infographics to Help Struggling Students Ace an Important Paper ...

By Neecey

Infographics  to Help Struggling Students  Ace an Important Paper  ...

For some students - even grad students - an essay or paper is annoying, daunting and likely to induce a nervous breakdown. They are a drain on your precious time and they tax your brain. But they are necessary and are an important assessment of your academic development and knowledge. So if you have to do them, you might as well try to do your very best. Need some tips? Read on for some helpful infographics.

Table of contents:

  1. motivation
  2. an overview of the process
  3. remember the basics
  4. then get onto the nitty gritty
  5. understand the requirements
  6. make a great start
  7. get the structure right
  8. think about the paragraphs
  9. get the grammar right
  10. using the right word is important
  11. avoid repetition by knowing lots of descriptive words
  12. make sure to prove the point
  13. mistakes to avoid
  14. after you've written the first draft
  15. don't forget to proofread
  16. short on time?
  17. still stuck?

1 Motivation

Motivation wordservewatercooler.com

2 An Overview of the Process

An Overview of the Process blog.writeathome.com

3 Remember the Basics

Remember the Basics writemyessay4me.com

4 Then Get onto the Nitty Gritty

Then Get onto the Nitty Gritty grammarcheck.net

5 Understand the Requirements

Understand the Requirements magic.piktochart.com

6 Make a Great Start

Make a Great Start visualistan.com

7 Get the Structure Right

Get the Structure Right theyuniversity.tumblr.com

8 Think about the Paragraphs

Think about the Paragraphs ieltsg.com

9 Get the Grammar Right

Get the Grammar Right ebookfriendly.com

10 Using the Right Word is Important

Using the Right Word is Important grammar.net

11 Avoid Repetition by Knowing Lots of Descriptive Words

Avoid Repetition by Knowing Lots of Descriptive Words myenglishexpressions.wix.com

12 Make Sure to Prove the Point

Make Sure to Prove the Point blog.bestessayhelp.com

13 Mistakes to Avoid

Mistakes to Avoid grammarcheck.net

14 After You've Written the First Draft

After You've Written the First Draft

15 Don't Forget to Proofread

Don't Forget to Proofread blog.writeathome.com

16 Short on Time?

Short on Time? uk.pinterest.com

17 Still Stuck?

Still Stuck? And relax ...
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