Expert tip: Try writing out your plan on sticky notes.
These will allow you to rearrange your arguments and points easily as your plan develops.
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Expert tip: Some people find it easier to write their introduction after they’ve finished the rest of their assignment. As you write the body of your assignment, make sure that each point you make has some supporting evidence.
Use statistics or quotes you gathered during your reading to support your argument, or even as something to argue against.
), put your first draft aside for a day or two before re-reading it.
This will give you time to step back and read your assignment objectively, making it easier to spot mistakes and issues.
Before you start, it can help to create a basic assignment structure.
This can be as detailed as you like but the basic structure should contain your introduction points, your key arguments and points, and your planned conclusion.