Having completed your admission essay and personal statement for entry into your institution of learning, we continue to journey with you throughout, right from the first semester. We appreciate that the academic journey is an interesting one, characterized by curiosity and thirst for new knowledge, from which your tutors also help by offering valuable lectures and also issue assignments to help you learn more. Depending on the nature of the course enrolled, you will have different types of assignments, including essays, which are some of the most common in most classes.

An essay, can be defined in the simplest manner as a short formal piece of writing that deals with a single subject, and typically written to try to persuade the reader using selected research evidence. When assigned to write an essay on a given topic, your tutor (professor) expects you to present a logical argument in a prose form, and discuss your points in the most coherent manner. Basically, you need to follow the following topics to achieve the required standard of an academic essay;

  • Develop a topic by understanding the essay assignment requirements, exploring background information, and forming a working thesis
  • Conduct research using scholarly sources, taking critical notes and reading closely
  • Create a thesis statement and outline of arguments that will form the essay
  • Write the essay and integrate research evidence with properly formatted citations and references
  • Edit, review and revise your thesis, outline, and writing for grammatical errors and common structural and stylistic mistakes

When you follow this guideline, our team of experts also offers further guidance to ensure that you follow the following format, which is the universally accepted format for essays;

  • An introduction that gives the reader an idea of what they are about to learn and presents an argument in the form of a thesis statement
  • A body, or middle section, that provides evidence used to prove and persuade the reader to accept the writer’s particular point of view
  • A conclusion that summarizes the content and findings of the essay

Just as other academic papers, an academic essay must also have a list of references formatted accordingly. Depending on the professor, the course, or the institution, you would be required to follow specific guidelines on referencing and formatting styles, including APA, MLA, Harvard, Chicago/Turabian, IEEE, among others.

In cases where you are not sure of the specific format and referencing style to use for your essay, maybe because the professor left it open for you to choose, we consider significant factors, depending on the subject of your essay to choose the most appropriate for you. For instance, when writing an essay on the subject of linguistics, where citations require as fine details as the page number, there is need to use a style such as MLA that provides for the use of page numbers, usually alongside the surname of the author of the material in question.

With this vast understanding of the essay writing process, we are have full confidence in our team of experts to not only guide you through your essay writing assignment, but also to provide you with a plagiarism free essays on your selected topics. We process them from scratch, and ensure that we deliver within the shortest time possible. Feel free to contact us anytime, through our phone numbers, live chat on the website, or via email displayed on the website.