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We’ve written this guide for students and researchers to improve writing standards. The guide explains how to research, organize, write and edit your next essay or research paper.
Researching your essay means collecting, reading and researching the most relevant sources of material. Once you have gathered your material, you need to select the most relevant to answer your specific essay question. With well-researched information, you can now organize it for the readers benefit. To help the reader, you need to avoid the typical, long-winded abstract or introduction typically found in most academic writing. You should start with the key findings first and then develop your arguments with supporting evidence.
The most difficult part of this guide to follow is to write in a clear, concise and readable style. Good writers use short sentences, active verbs, specific information and a natural language. They cut out every redundant word and replace complex words with simpler words to produce a clear, concise and readable document. Most academic writing fails to follow this advice.
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