Writing the paper

Once you have determined that the paper is do-able, the next thing is to start working on it. Different writers have different ways of doing this. However, the option I find most effective is drawing up a road map of what your paper should entail taking into consideration the total word count as per order instructions . This is referred to as a simple outline.

For the example above, a possible outline would be:

introduction (appx.100 words)

argument 1 (appr. 115words)

argument 2 (appx. 115 words)

argument 3 (appx. 115 words)

Conclusion (appx. 105 words)

The total word count is 550 words, which is the required length of the paper.

Begin working on each section of the outline as exhaustively and conclusively as you can while staying within the word count limit.

When structuring sentences, it is important to follow guidelines on how to do that. To help with that I have attached detailed resources on how to construct thesis statements, what to do and what not to do when writing. I have also included information on what plagiarism entails and how to avoid it. These are resources provided by www.uvocorp.com and have been instrumental in shaping me into the writer I am. It is best if you check the resources every once in a while to better your Grammar. Please note the guidelines will apply to most papers but not all.

Also, when stating facts from a particular source it is best to insert the in-text citations as you write and include a link at the end of the paper for later formatting. The next chapter elaborates this.

Thesis Statement_How to make it stronger.pdf
Paper Organisation and Structure.pdf
Writing Tips .pdf
Academic Writing_Manual.pdf
Plagiarism_What It is and How to Recognize and Avoid It.pdf