It doesn’t matter what subject you study or at what level you study it, from the age of 14 onwards you will no doubt find that you are tasked with writing an essay or two…and those lucky individuals who go on to study an academic subject at University will find themselves writing half a dozen essays every couple of months. Within education it is almost impossible to avoid the dreaded task of essay or dissertation writing.
A paper is a form of academic composition that needs additional amount of academic, significant and careful level of problem. Even though an essay represents a kind of educational paper, some essays don’t demand scholastic exploration. As a result, not every paper could be seen as academic paper.
When writing an essay, the first step is to choose a topic. For this you first have to decide what direction your essay is going to take – is it going to persuade the reader to share your point of view, is it going to explain how to complete a task, or is it going to inform or educate the reader on a particular topic? In fact your essay can do several things – narrate, persuade, explain, describe something or a procedure, give causes and effects, compare and contrast, or define something.