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4 Mistakes That Can Turn Your Essay Down

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Essay writing is difficult, right? In order to write an excellent essay, you need to follow many rules. Therefore, it is a drawn-out process.

The professionals through Onvia Reviews helped thousands of students to improve their essay writing skills. 

Expert essay writers have marked the 4 most common skills that you need to avoid while writing your college essay.

 

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  1. Procrastination

While writing an essay, you have to come across a lot of uncertainty as the preparation of something innovative is taxing on our minds.

So, leaving your paper to the last moment is a serious essay writing mistake because you are stopping yourself from having enough time to complete your essay flawlessly. 

There are numerous stages involved in crafting an effective essay. You must have proper time to proofread and edit your essay.

To avoid this mistake, you should break down the process into manageable chunks so that this task does not become colossal.

  1. Not responding to the essay’s question 

The primary purpose of the essay is not just to pen down all the information you know about the topic. Rather, you have to respond accurately to the question your mentor has set.

Some shreds of research show that students include interesting facts in their essays but at the same time fail to answer the question. 

Writing a paper without a proper understanding of the question is a mistake that damages your essay.

One way to combat this major flaw is to make sure that you comprehend the keywords in your essay.


  1. Unable to back up ideas with the course content

You do not need to respond to a question with information at the top of your head. Instead, essay writing gives you a chance to explain your overall understanding of the material your professor has taught. 

Accordingly, every single point you make should be backed up with credible pieces of evidence.

  1. Writing fluffy content

While writing an essay, you do not need to beat around the bush. The fluffy content makes it harder for your instructor to understand your viewpoints.

Thus, you need to remove all those sentences in the editing process.

 

 


 

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Start Date: 2021-10-04 01:00:00
End Date: 2022-10-11 01:00:00