Whether writing a review, a college essay, or a letter to my neighbors warning them that I have a tendency to sleepwalk and water my lawn in my pajamas-I sleep nude-in the morning, I sometimes find myself staring at a new word processing document that is just as blank as my mind when I am trying to fill it. Somebody once said that the first sentence is often the hardest to write and writer’s block makes it even harder. So rather than stare at the computer expecting it to type something on its own or futilely attempt to start an article by typing “Idiot. Idiot. Idiot. Idiot. Idiot. Idiot.” I decided on a few exercises used to get my creative juices flowing or at least motivate myself to get writing.
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Use examples to elaborate your point. Without example the writing becomes an exercise in abstraction and many readers will not have a clue as to what you are trying to convey. You can either start with examples and than generalize message to an abstract concept or you can start with a general statement and elaborate it with examples.
F. Some guidelines on Introduction, Body, and Conclusion. In article, Introduction shouldn’t contain more than 2 – 3 paragraphs, Body can have 3 – 6 paragraphs, Conclusion – 1 – 2 paragraphs. First and last sentence of each paragraph should contain the thought of a whole custom college essay paragraph and act like a paragraph wrapper. If you follow this formula, your article is doomed to be successful!
Step Six: Develop the appearance of the brand and its artistic elements. Use info from previous steps to influence the brand identity. This would be your profile pictures, videos, blog layout, and landing pages. As I said earlier model those who are doing well but be yourself and DO NOT COPY exactly what others are doing.
SEPTEMBER: Learn your high school’s procedure for obtaining teacher recommendations and requesting that your transcript be sent to colleges. Complete appropriate forms and secure two teacher recommendations.
Meet with your school counselor or an independent counselor. These professionals can help you map out what you need to be doing right now and provide you with resources to make applying to college easier.