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Due to the importance of citations, they must be presented strictly in accordance with the established procedure. The procedures can be found in the VDK Library or on the VDK Library blog in the post entitled Tips for essays.


Appendices contain information that supplements the main body of the thesis (numbered tables, figures, diagrams), and references to specific appendices must be included in the text.

Success will be guaranteed if you follow the following general principles of a good essay.

Clear structure:

Make a simple outline of your work and, if possible, take notes. As you write, constantly review and revise your outline.
If you refer to a site to pay for assignments to be done, we make sure you know where the essay is going, i.e., what conclusions you are trying to reach. We link the conclusions to the introductory paragraph. Conclusions are not a separate paragraph, but an integral part of the main body.

The content corresponds to the title of the essay

Do not write everything you know or have heard about the topic you have chosen.
Try to answer the purpose of the essay as formulated at the beginning.

Remember the title of the essay at all stages of writing

Always remember the title of the essay.
Each paragraph should touch on a specific aspect of the chosen topic.

Avoid bias
Provide a variety of opinions and assessments.
Consider what arguments will support your ideas (what factors, assumptions are inherent in your arguments).

Demonstrate depth of knowledge

Analyse the problem thoroughly, showing that you understand it.
Avoid the material presented in textbooks and lectures.
Do not use material that is not relevant to the essay topic.
Support your statements with appropriate examples.
Quote accurately but sparingly.
Do not use a list of individual opinions instead of arguments.

Use more sophisticated methods of analysis and evaluation

Divide the material into discrete parts to help you get to the heart of what you are studying.
Use appropriate terminology.
Evaluate arguments carefully and critically. Highlight which arguments you consider most important and give reasons why.
Avoid abstract generalisations.

Write in academic language
Be clear (use appropriate terminology).
Be concise (provide condensed information).
Be clear (use simple words).
Avoid jargon.

Our original site of academic papers are not written in the second person (you stated, your statements, etc.). It is also desirable not to write in the first person (I think, my opinion, etc.).
Important: Passing off someone else's ideas as your own is essentially theft of intellectual property (Greetham, 2008). The danger of plagiarism arises when an essay is written in a hurry, when the authors of the ideas presented are "lost," in other words, when the rules of citation are not followed.

A couple of tips on how to write an essay:

Never use an example paragraph or a quotation.
Don't be afraid to write everything very clearly. No one has ever had a mark deducted for being too clear.
Always mention at the end of a short paragraph what you are going to write in the next paragraph. This hint is also known as a sentence-bridge. It is like a bridge between two separate teaching paragraphs. It helps you to avoid what are known as jumps in thought.