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Top Tips for Australian Style Essay Writing


(MENAFN- Robert Everett)

Essay writing is one of the most common types of tasks at Australian schools and colleges. This kind of assignment ensures that teachers make an objective assessment of students’ skills. Therefore, if you are studying in Australia, you must know how to write an excellent essay. This article will provide you with some valuable recommendations, so keep reading!

Key criteria of a superb essay

Before we dig deeper into the writing process itself, let’s consider some characteristics of a good assignment. First of all, an exceptional paper correctly interprets the assignment purpose. Secondly, it contains a well-thought argument and line of reasoning instead of simple information reproduction from other sources. Next, it explores the topic in sufficient depth and contains enough evidence of thorough research. A well-written assignment demonstrates your understanding of essential principles, key theories and core concepts. It naturally builds these elements into the discussion.

If you are aiming to get the highest grade for your essay, it must keep relevance to the question and maintain focus on it. Also, you should express your ideas clearly and avoid clumsy phrases as well spelling, vocabulary or grammar errors. In general, you are expected to demonstrate your interest in the subject and prove your enthusiasm about studying the topic. A top-rated essay must contain references to source materials that are provided in the required referencing style. And last but no least, a paper won’t be considered good if the word limit is substantially exceeded.

Now that you know the main criteria of a brilliant essay, let’s consider how you can meet them!

1. Break down the question

One of the most widespread mistakes made by students is not answering the instructor’s question itself. To avoid this, read the questions a few times and find the keywords in it. In fact, there are a few main types of keywords, such as task words that tell you what to do (verbs like contrast, explain, evaluate, define, analyze, etc.), content words that describe the topic, and limiting words that ask you to focus on particular areas of your topic and narrow its scope. If you underline these words, you will have a better understanding of what you are expected to write about.

2. Do the thorough research

It’s crucial to demonstrate that you have a good understanding of the ‘academic dialogue’ surrounding the theme of your essay. It means that you should know what other academics have said on your subject matter. But note that you shouldn’t just repeat their words. Instead, your job is to reference their work as a means of presenting your own ideas. You can analyze if you agree or disagree about what’s already been said by scholars. Also, consider how previous works in your field relate to the issues that you are dealing with in your paper now. To do this, you necessarily need to conduct deep research at your university library or by using Google Scholar.

3. Make notes before assignment writing

Don’t try to write the final version of your essay at once. All education experts recommend taking notes first. While reading materials, do your best to understand what the author means by the lines. Once you realize the true meaning of certain concepts, summarize them in your notes. I can admit that when I was trying to write my assignment without making this step, it was much more difficult. So jot down the ideas of other authors in your own words and think how you can use them in your essay. Don’t forget to collect all reference details that must be mentioned at the end of your assignment. Once you have gathered the sufficient amount of information, you can create an outline for your essay.

4. Stick to the structure

No matter what topic you were given, you must stick to the traditional essay structure. Generally, an essay must be made up of the same basic parts, such as an introduction, body and conclusion. Each of them has its own purpose. For example, in your introduction you need to present the topic, define key terms and discuss the main points very briefly. The body paragraphs address particular issues of your theme. It’s completely up to you what to include into the body unless your ideas ‘flow’ naturally from one paragraph to another. The main goal of writing a conclusion is to summarize the ideas presented in the article and explain how your paper directly answers the question that was set.

5. Do the referencing

The referencing is often skipped by students in their essays, which is a huge mistake. This is a common reason for getting a lower grade than actually could be. Hence, you shouldn’t neglect the citation. According to the writing standards, you need to cite each source mentioned in your assignment. Acknowledging the authors and their ideas is a must in the academic world. But before doing it, make sure that you know the rules of the referencing style required at your school.

Author’s Bio

Robert Everett is a researcher, academic writer and a study coach. He works at one of the top-rated assignment writing services in Australia, helping students complete their writing projects. His research work is focused on exploring different teaching approaches in order to define the one that is the most effective.

 

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