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Brainstorming, Outlining, and Organizing Your Paper

People who have never written an essay cannot appreciate how much you can learn by doing so. They are the people who make a lot of write my essay off writing essays for students with little or no knowledge about how to write an essay.

A classic example: College professors supply each student with an assignment handbook on the first day of class (or maybe in the summer before). In that handbook, they state some sort of information that every student is expected to know. For instance: “When you write your papers, be sure to observe MLA format.” Well, I may not know what MLA means, let alone how it differs from APA, but I do know what Wikipedia is and I will figure out everything else as soon as I finish this paper.

I very much dislike the fact that people charge outrageous prices for instructions on how to write papers, especially since most of them know nothing about academic writing or the act of teaching. Anyone can claim themselves a teacher, but it takes essay writer and an in-depth knowledge of the subject to be considered a respected, credible authority on a topic.

The Golden Rule of Brainstorming

When you are looking for information about brainstorming your essay ideas, make sure the person offering their advice is actually more than someone who has never written an essay himself – preferably at least one or two essays a year (the equivalent of about 6 or 7 long papers). If the person’s only qualification is that he has written a book or two on the subject, then it is not a true qualification. People who are best qualified to teach you how to brainstorm your essay are those that have taught this subject in college – especially as part of their full time jobs (not just some side job they picked up when they were essay writing service to make extra money).

Brainstorming should be done at its most primal level – pure imagination. What do I mean by that? It means doing something that will stimulate your creative juices and make you think outside of the box. The more out-of-the-box thinking you engage in now, the better off you will be later when you actually write your paper. You need not spend hours upon hours on this activity – just give it at least an afternoon. You can always come back to your brainstorm once you have finished writing the first draft of your essay.

How to make sure you get creative:

- Watch a movie, preferably one that is fun (not cerebral). This will help you think more creatively and imaginatively than if you were watching an educational film or documentary. Make sure the film has nothing to do with the topic you are trying to write my paper. That way, during the brainwave session itself, all your thoughts are not focused on what could happen in each scene, but instead on how they relate to what is happening in the world around you right now while watching/listening;

- Listen to music – any type of music will do. Music is great for inducing imagination, but it can also evoke a mood you may not necessarily want when brainstorming (you don’t want to be sad or angry during the session). Don’t listen to any music that reminds you of your recent past in any way – no old school favorites from middle school or high school;

- Listen to the radio;

- Read something light and fun, like The New Yorker magazine. That way, if you read about anything interesting that inspires an idea, you don’t have to worry about trying to remember it later on. You will remember because nothing important enough to write your paper about is going to be paper writing service in such a flimsy magazine as The New Yorker.

What to write down during brainstorming:

- Any and every idea you can think of, no matter how far-fetched or irrelevant it may seem to the topic at hand;

- Note that some ideas will lead to other ideas; try to keep track of them all until you have something that relates directly back to your subject. I cannot stress this enough – do not let an idea go unrecorded in the name of being too busy thinking about another one! This is very important because when you do come back later with a fresh mind, those “dead” thoughts and associations will be resurrected for you right on your paper so long as they are recorded somewhere.

Useful Resources:


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