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Format of Quality Essay Writing

December 22, 2009

Like anything under writing skill essay writing also has its own space. There is no particular rule deciding what much should be written about a particular topic but one thing should be in mind that repetition of ideas needs to be avoided. Each and every sentence should be concentrated to the topic under consideration. Brevity is one of the dominant features of essay writing. It is better including as much ideas as possible in minimum sentences. Above all the content needs to be relevant and useful for the reader. No matter in good language if the content is not good.There is many inevitable factors one has to consider during writing essays.

The important among them are:

1. Having an Obvious Plan.

Before writing anything we should be conscious regarding what we are writing about and why we are attempting it. Hence it is very much needed to plan according to the question before us. Besides this a research attitude is essential to move into the topic to make it proved. During planning one should have in mind that a well beginning leads to a better result. So a starting is essential at first rather than editing.

2. Introductory Section

From a good introduction a reader can realize what much useful will it be for the reader. Hence a well outline of the plan in a brief description should be there in the introduction. It should be informative and interesting. It gives a better direction of the entire essay.

3. Division of Paragraphs

For the easier grasping of ideas it is inevitable presenting the matter in paragraphs. A paragraph should contain around or above seven lines and 3 to5 full sentences. The separation of paragraphs should be based on central ideas. Each paragraph should concentrate to the introduction.

4. Language

Vague sentences lead to confusion regarding the presentation of ideas. Hence the sentence construction should be specific and concise. The sentence construction should be free from grammatical errors and the structural vagueness. A well structured language would result in a good shaped essay.

5. Concluding Section

A conclusion contains the summing up of what are mentioned earlier parts. Here the writer can suggest the possible solutions for the problem. The recommendation of our own derivations and final reaching is also possible in this part.

6. Making Error free

Finally a re- looking into the essay is also better for the emerging of an error free thesis. To err is human but the realization of it is desirable. It is the obligation of each writer to present a mistakes free work before the reader.