Have you ever been confronted with an assignment on writing a paper in college? I think yes. If this is your first time, or you have some problems with it, this help tutorial is for you. Here we have published some suggestions on how to make it easier, better and less painful when writing a paper for college.
The material you were taught in class is a bit harder then you thought, and you are expected to state your opinion at a higher level then you used to. However, if you organize the writing process of your paper you’ll be able to convince your professor of your ability to think properly and state your opinions on the paper.
Start with the structure
If you are studying facts in a research or doing a critical paper your main assignment is to convince the audience that your thought is valid and can be true. Make a clear structure for your paper. Make a starting statement that will be supported by some well known facts. You should answer four principal questions in your paper: What is the point? State and explain your opinion on the matter? Who doest it involve? For whom it may be interesting?
You must choose a way to demonstrate your opinion in 3-5 steps when writing a short paper (3 to 5 pages). You might want to add steps or restructure when talking about longer papers.
Prove Your Ideas
Here are some ways to prove your way of thinking: Structure your evidence in steps. Be sure that there is logic between all nearby sentences. Always clear your point of view out of not understandable thoughts. Prove your point 100%. Don’t leave the battle with 1-2 evidences. Write convincingly. Pay attention to some strong phrases in your paper and try to stress more on them. Always look carefully which words to choose to explain yourself.
Always Double-Check your paper
When you complete your writing – look back over the whole paper. Can you see which phrases reflect your opinion? Will it be understandable for the reader? Are you sure that the reader will be influenced with your paper and will not just put it aside with a thought “Who Cares?”
A Final Note
Try to be creative. Prove your opinion 100% and don’t forget that this is also a great communication exercise, which will increase your communication skills. Work on your ability to develop your personal point of view and prove it clearly. Your paper should reflect your personality. Trust. If you develop your ability to effectively write, you will effectively understand yourself.