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An essay can have many purposes, but the basic structure is basically the same.
You may be writing an essay to argue for a particular point of view or to explain the steps necessary to complete a task. So, given that professional writers revise, it would be wise for beginning and intermediate writers to revise, too. The first thing to consider is the goal of revision: Writing to communicate.
Either way, your essay will have the same basic format. One Professor, when asked how students could improve their writing, said these three words: "Revise, revise, revise." It's such a common mantra for writers and artists that a recent online search came up with over 16,000 hits for the phrase! In order to communicate well, here are some guidelines to consider while you revise: Revision gives new life to your writing.
If you follow these simple steps, you will find that writing an essay is easier than you had initially thought. The first stage involves going through the draft and reorganizing main ideas and supporting ideas so that they are grouped in a way that is understandable to your reader.
A tutor can help you brainstorm ideas, write an outline, structure your paper, cite your sources, and proofread your essay once it's complete.
We cover essay-writing from elementary school through the introductory undergraduate level (including college admissions essays).
From Curriculum Pathways, the Writing Reviser add-on is a free suite of tools that provides guidance and support throughout the revision process.
Using artificial intelligence, we analyze the student’s own writing—not generic examples—and we teach students the principles of effective writing rather than simply correcting their papers.