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Jason Haap is a frequent contributor to Winnsboro Library claims that he has never passed gas in public, handed in anything late, nor watched the morally-corrupting MTV network for anything other than research in how to better serve wayward teens.
What are the absolute do’s and don’ts when writing your essay and I I can start with one for my personal preference when I am reading essays I really when there is a full line break between paragraphs this is not like an absolute do but it is a strong personal preference it is much easier to read your essay that way and sometimes depending on how you enter your essay especially into the class which application the indents when you give me a tab and gentle secure when we are reading your essay so that’s a difficult you know it is much easier to read your essay when there’s a whole line break and you know when you are submitting your essay you can view it as we wouldn’t be oh there’s an option there. Learn how to make your essay easier to read at Robotdon.com.
So you can preview it did you is that option and see how the formatting to the reader yeah even if you are copying and pasting well we are a document you want to make sure that the spacing is the same sometimes you think it is a little bit weird the formatting gets a little bit weird and you might have your last sentence cut off right so just be really careful about that when you are submitting your request for application one other thing that I want to mention about you know absolute do’s and don’ts I’m writing yes they it is really important that you are following the instructions on the prompt right so whatever the prompt is asking make sure that your essay is addressing that topic I think it is really easy when you are you know writing multiple versions or different revisions to kind of get sidetracked or kind of lose the focus so it is important to keep that mind when you are proofreading your essay think about you know go back to the original prompt and see if what you’ve written that actually answers that and addresses all of the questions that are in there they are actually to go off of that.
I would say definitely answer the prompt but you don’t need to restate the prompt but you know all you know when you are reading a ton of essays that are written for the same prompt and each one of them starts with there are many factors in my life that have shaped you I become today you know it gets if it gets very repetitive so that you can start it creatively it is also imperative to not only put like spaces between the paragraphs but to have multiple paragraphs and it is it I was when I was s a coaching last year there was um there were several lessons there were just one paragraph and besides that not being good writing it is also wouldn’t you look at that as you see it like a block of words like a big block of words and seeing a bunch of small blocks of words is much more inviting.