Who else wants to spend less time studying and get better grades ?
The academic essay is the mainstay of assessment from year-10 upwards. Yet formal training is rarely given and students spend unncessary time struggling to get it right.
The book includes details on:
-researching your topic,
-writing a clear and succinct opening,
-using the right words and grammar,
-analysing and interpreting information,
-writing complete body paragraphs.
The book is ideal for:
– all students in full or part-time education from 14 upwards,
-teachers, tutors and parents who want to support their learners,
-University, College, Academy, UTC and Comprehensive school and town libraries,
-Adult students in further education and /or higher education.
Previous editions have had glowing reviews on Amazon
‘ This is a great flick through book… and is easy to understand’
‘ This book is a real little pocket rocket… Don’t start your studies without this book’.
I bought it for university and it has been used by myself and borrowed by my cohorts many times.
Easy to understand, with examples given to demonstrate the content more fully.
Well worth getting a hold of if you’re facing the horror of essay time at school, college or university!
Mention is made of meeting the peculiarities of a tutor’s expectations. This may be a minefield if the student has a number of tutors’ peculiarities to accommodate. Directly and/or via external examiners. I would argue that if the essay is soundly composed, the student is in a strong position from where to defend their position.
Such is not an issue in France, where the student at Sciences Po, for example, has a strict essay/dissertation format to adhere to, and woe betide the student who fails to comply.