If there’s one thing that I think I have mastered over the years, it’s how to write a killer college paper. Even when I didn’t understand the prompt all that much or when I thought my content was weak, I ended up getting a somewhat decent grade because, here’s the thing: a lot of your grade will probably depend on whether you follow the “college paper recipe” or not. And once you have that figured out, you’ll never fail a paper again, I promise!

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So what is that famous recipe, you ask? Well, today I’m spilling my secrets and sharing with you the step-by-step guide that helps me write killer college papers!  View Post

As a communications student with a minor in writing, I’ve had many classes dedicated to the art of writing. You may think, why would anyone need classes on how to write? But trust me when I say this: writing is not easy. Everyone writes, but not everyone does it correctly.

5 Ways to Improve Your Writing

Whether you’re a college student or a blogger (or both), you’re bound to find yourself writing. Actually, most jobs include at least a little bit of writing on the employee’s part. And, since that’s the case, wouldn’t you want to do it perfectly? This is why I’m sharing some of the wisdom my classes taught me to give you 5 ways you can improve your writing. Whether you’re a blogger or a college student, these tips can definitely help you be a better writer! (This is coming from a girl who got straight A’s in most of her writing classes ;))

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Writing an assignment is a lot of work. Not only do you need to do your research and before you start writing, but you also need to write the damn thing. When you’re finally done, you just want to print it or send it off to your teacher, and not think about it anymore.

Ever felt this way?

But most students forget that writing is just part of the process. Revision is just as important as writing the paper. 

You need not only to revise your content, but you also have to look out for grammar, vocabulary, or punctuation mistakes.

How to Hand in the Best Paper Ever

In my faculty, you can lose up to 30% of your grade for language mistakes!

Thankfully, I have always been good with that sort of thing (and I have grammar and writing classes to help me with that).

So today, I decided not only to share my tips to hand in the best paper ever, but I’m also sharing a wonderful tool that can help you ace your assignments!

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