Writing On A Paper

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There’s a tendency to prioritize facts and information, hoping that they will make sense once they’re on a piece of paper.

There’s a tendency to prioritize facts and information, hoping that they will make sense once they’re on a piece of paper.

In conjunction to toning down perfectionism, aim for a very rough first draft, then apply the same technique as in the beginning, annotate your paper as if you were a neutral third party, catching inconsistencies, faulty arguments, and grammar mistakes as you go along.

It’s a very systematic way of improving the quality of your paper and keeping accountability on your writing.

Start piecing together the ideas with potential and weed out the bad ones.

The idea is to connect the dots so you begin to have that initial thesis statement.

I’ve met students that torture themselves on getting that perfect thesis statement on their first try, but it’s really not an ideal goal to pursue.

Writing is a process, and it’s not that surprising to change your mind on a thesis statement by the end of your paper.

You’ll quickly realize during the first few minutes that you may lack knowledge on specific details, are unsure about your thesis statement, or feel as though your argument is not coherent.

The important thing is that instead of just deleting those sentences and passages, highlight them and add the corresponding comment using your word processor.

A common misconception amongst students struggling to write their papers is that one must aim for perfection from the start.

This probably stems from the fact that they’re surrounded by eloquent, experienced researchers and read writing that is very polished and highly edited.

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