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Making the Draft

Preparation of essay writing demands following a certain procedure. You therefore have to jolt down a number of drafts before coming up with the final copy. While building up on the content as you collect the information you need to write a draft. The draft helps in determining what to include in the final copy as in what to add and what to sieve out. The draft is also where you determine how to structure your work as it outlines the information flow thus determining which is to come first and how to phrase it.
Drafts are generally original essays and they are what make up the original ideas free of editing. Working without a draft and jolting a final copy from the start may be quite difficult to work out. You need to have a view of your ideas different from the original. One may actually write as many drafts as possible and make the best out of the information at hand. This increases the work load so does the time required in coming up with the essay. It is therefore important for the student to be conscious on the time and thus beat the deadline date set by his lecturer.

By Patricia
Wednesday, 11 Sep 2013

 

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