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If you are still in school or have in fact gone back to school to get a degree, you know that a major portion of the course you take will be writing essays. And for many this is not a huge deal. After all, after you have done a few essays it should not be a problem right? The thing with that line of thinking is that there are those that no matter what, just cannot seem to write in the style that is required by most essays and most professors. That said, whenever a new assignment comes up they immediately dread doing it and will most often put off until the last minute. This, of course, is certainly not what you want to do and it can be completely avoided if you follow some suggestions.
The biggest mistake you can make when writing an essay is not having a clear thesis statement. An essay is essentially an argument; being wishy-washy defeats the purpose. If you do not know where you stand, how can you persuade anyone else over to your side? Coming up with a thesis statement can be tough, but it helps if you choose a topic you feel strongly about. Make sure you outline exactly what it is you think, and then try and find supporting reasons of why you think that way.
Aside from being sure your essay is convincing, you should also make sure that it is appealing. A well written essay, written by someone who knows how to write essays, is always a delight to read. If the form and function of an essay are successfully intertwined, the reader should hardly even realize that he is being persuaded. Now thats how you write essays.