Author : Jan Sullivan.
Published : Sat, Oct 26th 2019 16:02 PM.
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An essay can be anything and everything which can perfectly explain and comment on a given subject. The reader of the essay can be termed as the final judge to determine, how good an essay is. The essay should be such that it can reflect the actual situation through a spectrum of thoughts, in a manner which can keep the interest and facts on the same boat. All the words and sentences written for the subject should be synchronized in a perfectly uniform structure, providing a platform to the reader to closely analyze the thoughts, and in some cases, should be able to drive home a point.
If possible, pick a subject you are interested in, because this will make writing the essay much easier. Even if you have been given a topic, try and find an angle to it that has some interest to you. Good resources for essay material are the internet, written or e-books, journals or even interviews of people versed in your chosen subject.
Under each main point, jot down 2 or 3 sub points that go into a bit more detail about that particular aspect of your essay. Once you have this basic structure in place, you can start thinking about how many words to write for each part of your essay.