In this article I tell you about the writing process.
You can also look at the infographic of writing process
1. Prewriting Getting It Together
Prewriting is everything you do get ready to write: planning, outlining, studying, brainstorming, interviewing, mind-maping, note-takong, etc.
2. Drafting: Getting It Down
Drafting is composing the firs draft of your paper. This is something called the rough draft becaus...
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As you move higher on the academic ladder things starts to get tough. Even assignments become very difficult to handle. You will have to prove your point with evidence, present appropriate examples or asked to implement the theoretical knowledge into real world situations. This may not be easy but you will have to adjust if you want to survive at the top level of education.
It is true that the creation of written pieces is not a simple and quick task. However, this does not mean that it is impossible to tackle. You just need to know the rules and to follow a steady course in the right direction. Follow these steps to writing an essay to do everything right and to achieve your goal. They focus on the preparation for the writing work. When you are properly prepared, you will write the piece much more quickly a...
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Attendees at TargetX’s annual CRM Summit this summer in Vegas received a sneak peek at a new documentary, “Ivory Tower: Is College Worth the Cost?
“, produced by CNN. Thankfully, we had a cocktail hour prior to the screening as for some it was a movie with a tough message to absorb for those of us in higher education.
Yesterday marked the beginning of the college search process with my daughter, Sarah, by traveling a couple of miles into the City of Brotherly Love for the National College Fair at the Philadelphia Convention Center. My first encounter with this fair was in 1990 when it was at the former Philadelphia Conference Center and I was a much younger first year admission counselor.
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To be a student can be both fun and stressful. Of course nothing is easy when you study, you might think that at some point you feel like you can handle it very well. The truth is that once you give your full focus on studying at the back of your mind you want to strive harder to get a better education.
At some point when you start to get serious in studying, there will be a part of you that thinks maturely. It also means that you have to prepa...
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