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Dealing with academic consequences of coronavirus: tips for students

COVID-19 is almost certainly the major thing this year will be remembered for. It has such a massive impact on our lives, irrespective of the fact if you or your family get infected with it. For starters, it locked us all up at home. It stopped so many normal activities, like going to the park, chatting with friends over a cup of coffee in a cafe, or even going to school for god’s sake. 

Proposal Essay Writing: Convince Your Reader

The idea behind a proposal essay is that the author is attempting to convince the reader that a product or set of ideas is the best way to achieve the given ends. For example, you might compose a proposal essay that will try to convince your reader that a certain type of printer is the best for your given office set up. The more organized a proposal essay is, the better off it will be for you. Usually a proposal essay will analyze the need for the proposal in the first place, as well as suggest a solution that will be backed up by data and logical writing.

What is the difference between high school and college writing

Studying in college requires writing numerous papers. As a college student, one of the first things you are likely to learn is that writing for college is different from writing for high school. Surely you won’t have to give up all writing skills you acquired in school; as before, you will have to write clearly and correctly, have interesting thesis, construct focused paragraphs, write coherent conclusions, etc.

Still, many students enter college and keep using old high school writing strategies that are no longer relevant for college writing. For example, such techniques as five-paragraph scheme, are not flexible enough to provide universal and appropriate structure for college writing. Also, many of the old tricks, such as repeating yourself to meet ten-page requirement or using elevated tone for expression will let you down in your research paper.

So how is it possible to make swift and successful transition from high school to college in regards of writing?