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How to Write an Academic Essay: Format, Examples

 

The first part of the academic essay is called the Introduction. The topics have differences in the length depending on the assigned subject and sort, but they're all under 100 words.

The introduction briefly mentions why you're writing this essay. If essay writer needs to mention any background information that might give context or explain his point, he do that here as well.

 

In this part, make it clear what will be discussed in detail in this essay and what won't be covered at all (examples: "On X date...," or "These kinds of events are known as Y..."). This serves as an organization tool for you and your readers: if a reader finds something interesting here that they didn't know before then it's probably going to be discussed in more detail later.

As mentioned above, the introduction should be under 100 words. To test its length, write down your entire topic sentence(s) and count how many words you have already used to describe it — if that word-count is less than or equal to one hundred, then you're fine; if not then either re-arrange your sentences (maybe combine two or three of them into a single sentence?) or make additional notes at the end of this paragraph detailing your point instead of including them within this first sentence — honestly though unless it's something simple like a history lesson being explained (in which case you can just use bullet points), there's no need for an introductory 100+ word "paragraph" on any topic.

The second part of the academic essay is called the body paragraphs. It's more than a paragraph but fewer than five paragraphs (that means you're going to have four if your instructor wants three or five, three if they ask for two or four). In every good academic paper topic sentence should be at the end and extended with supporting sentences where needed. The writer elaborates on key points in an organized manner and has clear transitions within paragraphs with in-text citations that are properly formatted. This part, which extends more than a single sentence but less than one hundred words and continues into succeeding paragraphs of this section, is supported by previous thoughts mentioned in introduction as well as developing new ideas not mentioned there. Each paragraph must be cited with a reference or two that supports the writer's arguments.

The third part of the academic essay is called conclusion. It’s like an ending to the reader, and should be around 100 words long. Some instructors ask for this section to be in three or five paragraphs, but still less than one hundred words per paragraph. This final section must pull together everything discussed in body paragraphs into a succinct statement with no significant new information added on essay writing service. In conclusion sum up your points again to show how you proved them from the introduction until now and which ideas you want your readers (instructors) to remember after reading your paper in its entirety.

In every good academic paper, topic sentence should be at the end and extended with supporting sentences where needed. The writer elaborates on key points in an organized manner and has clear transitions within paragraphs with in-text citations that are properly formatted. This part, which extends more than a single sentence but less than one hundred words and continues into succeeding paragraphs of this section, is supported by previous thoughts mentioned in introduction as well as developing new ideas not mentioned there. Each paragraph must be cited with a reference or two that supports the writer's arguments.

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