Essay Writing.

An essay is a piece of writing that develops an agenda or narrative based on evidence, analysis and interpretation.

As a student you can write essays in various ways as there are various types of essays.  The length and content of an essay depends on the level of our study, and course requirements. However, most academic essays share the similar goal: They aim to get the attention of readers to a position or perspective through informed arguments.

There are three main stages to write an essay:

  1. Preparation: Decide the topic, do the research, and create an essay outline.

  2. Writing: Set out the agenda in the introduction, develop it with evidence and proof in the main body, and wrap it up with a conclusion.

  3. Revision: Check the content, grammar, spelling, and formatting of your essay.


Steps to write an essay

There are three steps for writing an essay: preparation, writing and revision. These steps apply to every essay or paper, but the time and effort spent on each step depends on the type of essay.

For example, if you’ve been told to write an essay of three paragraphs for a secondary school class, you’ll have to spend the most time on the writing stage; for a college-level argumentative essay, you’ll need to spend more time researching your topic and developing an original agenda before you start writing.

1. Preparation

  • Choose the essay topic

  • Do the research on your topic

  • Come up with a tentative plan

  • Create an essay outline

2. Writing

  • Write the introduction

  • Write the main body and organize it into paragraphs

  • Conclude your topic

3. Revision

  • Evaluate the overall written piece

  • Check the content of each paragraph in your essay

  • Proofread for language errors and correct it

  • Check for plagiarism if any


Some tips for essay writing

  1. Planning Pays

Although it's going to appear to be a waste of your time – especially during exams where time is tight – it's nearly always better to brainstorm a touch before beginning your essay. This should enable you to seek out the simplest supporting ideas – instead of simply the primary ones that come to mind – and position them in your essay accordingly. Your best supporting idea – the one that the majority strongly makes your case and, simultaneously, about which you've got much of your knowledge – should go first. Even the best-written essays can fail due to ineffectively placed arguments.

  1. Aim for Variety

Sentences and vocabulary of varying complexity are one among the hallmarks of effective writing. When you are writing, try and avoid using identical words and phrases over and once again . You don’t need to be a walking thesaurus but a bit variance can make a similar idea sparkle.

If you're asked about "money," you may try "wealth" or "riches." At the same time, avoid beginning sentences the dull pattern of "subject + verb + object." Although examples of this are harder to offer , consider our writing throughout this text as one big example of phrase structure variety.

  1. Practice! Practice! Practice!

In the end, though, remember that good writing doesn't happen by chance. Although we've endeavored to clarify everything that goes into effective essay writing in as clear and concise the way as possible, it's much easier in theory than it is in practice.

As a result, we recommend that you simply practice writing sample essays on various topics. Even if they're not masterpieces initially , a small amount of normal practice will soon change that – and cause you to better prepared when it becomes the important thing.


Some topics to write an Essay on:

Argumentative Essay Topics

  • Should plastic be banned?

  • Pollution because of Urbanization

  • Education must be free

  • Should Students get restricted access to the Internet?

  • Selling Tobacco should be illegal

  • Smoking publically places ought to be illegal

  • Facebook should be banned

  • Students shouldn't be allowed to play PUBG

Essay Topics on Technology

  • Technology

  • Computer

  • Wonder Of Science

  • Mobile Phone

  • Internet

  • Newspaper

  • Science

  • Essay Topics on Festivals on Events

  • Diwali

  • Independence Day (15 August)

  • Holi

  • Teachers Day

  • Summer Vacation

  • Christmas

  • Children’s Day

  • Swachh Bharat Abhiyan

  • Durga Puja

  • Janmashtami

  • Republic Day

  • Essay Topics on Education

  • Education

  • Importance of Education

  • Education should be free

  • Contribution of Technology in Education

Essay Topics on famous Leaders

  • Mahatma Gandhi

  • APJ Abdul Kalam

  • Jawaharlal Nehru

  • Leadership

  • Swami Vivekananda

  • Mother Teresa

  • Rabindranath Tagore

  • Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel

  • Subhash Chandra Bose

  • Abraham Lincoln

  • Martin Luther King

  • Lal Bahadur Shashtri

Essay Topics on Animals and Birds

  • Dog

  • Lion

  • Peacock

  • Cat

  • My Favorite Animal

  • Parrot

Essays Topics regarding Yourself

  • My Family

  • My best friend

  • My Hobby

  • My Mother

  • My Father

  • My favourite Teacher

  • My Aim In Life

  • My favourite Game – favourite

  • My favourite Game – Essay

  • My Village

  • My House

  • My Dream

  • My favourite Book

  • My Ambition

  • How I Spent My Summer Vacation

  • My Pet Dog

  • India of My Dreams

  • My school Life

  • I Love My Family

  • My favourite Subject

  • My favourite Game badminton

  • My Father My Hero

  • My Garden

  • My Self

  • My school Library

  • My favourite Author

  • My plans for summer vacation

  • My School Friend



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