How to Write an Essay Plan: An Example

Before you start writing your essay, it is important that you plan it. Below is an example of what an essay plan should look like (including explanations and tips), and how much detail it should contain. You can use this as a guide for your essay plans. Essay Question: Was the Russian Revolution a genuine revolution or was it a coup? Word Limit: 2,000 words Introduction (10% of word limit): 200 words Introductions should never be longer than 500 words, so this 10% guide only applies to essays shorter than 5,000 words. To be considered an Introduction, an Introduction must do two things: Answer the question – It was a genuine revolution. This must be done first. An Introduction must …

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How to Write Distinction Essays Every Time: Step 2. Draft the Essay Plan

This article is part of the series ‘How to Write Distinction Essays Every Time: The Six Steps to Academic Essay Writing’. One article in this series will be published on the Elite Editing blog each day this week. You can also access them through the Elite Editing website at https://www.eliteediting.com.au Have you ever borrowed some books to start your research and realised you did not know where to begin? Have you ever spent time reading a great deal of information that in the end was irrelevant to the essay or assignment you were working on? Have you ever started to write your essay and realised you had too much information on one topic, and not enough information on another topic? …

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