Today I’m writing an article that is all about writing essays, so I’m going to be sharing with you exclusive tips to help you out with planning and also working on your essays, to help you get those a pluses and just a little reminder before we get into.

So let’s get into today’s  episode about writing essays and also to help you out and demonstrate my tips I  am using this guy here I’m using my pink education area as a planner and the reason I love it is because it has  this really well for our template and it just means that your essay is going to be structured and floor logically which is really important when you’re trying to get that a plus so I’m going to take  you through how I write my essay and I  hope they just help you all right guys.

Let’s get started make sure you understand your topic:

The first thing I like to do before I start to write an essay is to underline key terms and phrases to make sure that I answer the questions appropriately so just take any highlighter or pen and go ahead and underline any words that you think you should pay extra attention to.  Then I make sure to review my notes search the internet and have a look through my textbook to make sure I have a good grasp on the topic we’re still thinking about.

How I should answer the essay question 

One really useful way to structure your essay is to use the standard five paragraph structure. Making sure your essay is well structured is really important because you want to make sure that your essay is introduced clearly, flows logically and is well organized, so help me write in my plan I’m going to be using my seated education route pink as my planner.

Carefully plan each of your paragraphs

Let’s start with the introduction paragraph. This paragraph of your essay should typically open up the discussion, introduce your arguments, indicate how you intend on answering the question and engage your reader.  The introduction paragraph is where you should develop a strong argument in response to the essay question. Remember your argument is the backbone of your essay, so all that research that you did before is going to come in handy when deciding what angle to take in your writing. Your argument then is written out clearly as your thesis statement in the introduction of your essay, then you’ll refer back to it several times in the essays before restating it and demonstrating how it’s been proven in your conclusion.