6 Tricks to Do College Paper Writing in Quick Time in Australia
You need to admit that you do not have the luxury of time to do all the things that your tutors expect you to accomplish. It is impossible to read a number of books and deliver an ‘A’ grade essay within the given time limit. So here we teach you six special tricks to do your college paper writing in lesser time, maximum two hours.
· Trick 1 Refer to tables of content
You don’t need to read a book to know what it is about. If you are familiar with the book’s theme, do read its table of contents, the first and last paragraph of every chapter. This is where the authors summarize about the topic. Go over the index and glossary to know the words used in books. You can use those words while writing a paper for college and make the content more authentic.
· Trick 2 Summarize the paper in one sentence
Write one sentence on the top that sums up your paper while making the outline. This is the most important sentence of your paper. This is mainly a seed that will take the shape of a tree when it is finished. Remember, if one sentence is the seed and the paper is tree, then paragraphs are the branches of your paper.
· Trick 3 Sketch the tree
Now your job is to write one sentence or one word for each paragraph. That one sentence or word is the essence of each paragraph that you are to discuss in the paragraphs. Now your paper will look like bullet points. Review those bullet points and make sure each points has a relation with next bullet point and all bullet points have relation with the theme of the paper.
· Trick 4 Fill in the gaps
Go back to books and pick out points that support the bullet points perfectly. There is an easy way to do it. Look at the index pages for words related to each paragraph topic. Go back to the specified pages that index pages direct you and find the facts and points to back your each paragraph. Now you have a proper outline to you college paper. Don’t forget to write down the pages if you need them for further references.
· Trick 5 Start writing
Now, quickly construct a building with the bricks you have collected by writing one sentence for each paragraph and also add in what do you think or want to say if need be.
· Trick 6 Get to conclusion
Read the paper and write a concluding paragraph that matches the quality of your paper perfectly. If you have one or two hour in hands, set aside your paper and revise it with fresh eyes to identify any other additional things to correct.
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