Reading a good term paper is what every professor or teacher wishes for. However, they rarely get that; but instead, they end up reading bad essays. Students who create poor papers suffer since they get bad grades.
Students are often stressed and very busy with school work. You have the right to have a comfortable life, but you have to concentrate on your studies to perform well. You cannot get an A if you don’t do A level work. Wanting an A is not good enough; you have to work for it. Even if you got an A in your previous paper, that doesn’t guarantee that you will get another A this time around. Past glory is just a past, so you need to provide excellent papers each time.
Big words tend to be hollow. Just like large bills, it’s better to have them than to use. Make sure that all the words you use while writing the paper are as simple as possible. A word like ‘human beings’ shouldn’t be used to mean ‘people’ or ‘existence’ to mean ‘life’. You also need to omit unnecessary words. The more the paper is easy to read and understand, the more you score.
Some mistakes can drive your teacher crazy. Such words should be reserved for national election contests or marital strife. Say ‘First’ not ‘Firstly’, ‘First off’ or ‘First of all’. Another word that most students confuse is the use of ‘its’ and ‘it’s’.
Running your paper on a spell checker doesn’t mean that all the punctuation and spell mistakes are gone. A spell checker checks for spelling, that’s it. It cannot check for the meaning in context. This task still belongs to you and you have to tend to it.
Unless your paper’s topic is slang, do not use such words while writing. It will be like you are insulting the faculty. Your professor may not even understand what you mean.
Most students consider writing tasks to be forms of punishment. This is the main reason a student approaches their tasks with resentment and dread. This is a bad attitude. A paper assignment gives you the opportunity to know how to tell stories. You get a chance to develop your voice, so take advantage of that.
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