Category: Essays

10 Things to Do Before Handing In Your Essay.

It’s nice to put the final full stop, but you are not truly finished your essay until you’ve done all the proofreading. Does it sound boring and difficult? It shouldn’t… Read More

by Karen Palmer on May 2017

5 Tips for Writing a Critical Essay.

A critical essay is an important academic tool that allows your knowledge to develop because it requires an in-depth analysis of the topic rather than presenting a personal opinion. However,… Read More

by Karen Palmer on April 2017

How to Write a Compelling Book Review.

A book review is a critical analysis of the book that not only summarizes the content but evaluates the significance of a published work. To write an outstanding review, you’ll… Read More

by Karen Palmer on March 2017

How to Write a Great Essay in a Hurry.

You need to write an essay but keep putting it off. Eventually, the deadline has approached and you have to craft an essay in a very short amount of time…. Read More

by Karen Palmer on February 2017

How to Write a Case Study: the Recipe for Success.

The purpose of a case study is to analyze a problem, investigate alternative solutions, and use evidence to prove which solution most effectively addresses the problem. Here are the steps… Read More

by Karen Palmer on January 2017

Tips and Tricks to Write a Research Paper Easily.

If you’ve just been assigned a 10-20 page research paper, you may understandably feel pretty daunted at this task. But don’t despair! Here are a few tips and tricks to… Read More

by Karen Palmer on December 2016

How to Write an Argumentative Essay and Remain Unbiased.

Maintaining an objective voice is crucial to writing a credible and effective argumentative essay, but it’s often easier said than done. Although the whole point of an argumentative essay is… Read More

by Karen Palmer on September 2016

Why Students Have to Write Essays.

College essay writing is a tradition that goes farther back than final exams and frat parties. Professors assign essays to their students in much the same way as their own… Read More

by Karen Palmer on August 2016