If you know basic parts of an essay this may be the easiest way to get it written. For instance, if you are writing a 5-paragraph essay, you know you will have an introduction, three body paragraphs and a conclusion. If your essay is longer or shorter, you may have more or less body paragraphs in between. Review the purpose for each part of the essay (introduction, body and conclusion). As you understand their purpose you can get a few ideas quickly on what to discuss related to your topic.
Determine Voice and Style for Your Content and Overall Message
“The essay will have a meaning behind why it is written (not just for an academic grade). You have your reasons for why you selected this topic. You want this information to come through your written work. You may have your own voice and style that will make your work interesting to others. For others, they may not recognize their voice or style and that is okay. You want to remember important details such as supporting evidence and background information are pertinent to your essay. If you have a few sources in mind you can easily access you can start with those before considering other options..”
Plan Your Writing Process Ahead of Time to Make It Easier for You
Planning ahead when writing your essay will help you get it done with less worries. You should have an idea of what time of day is best for you to focus. You can have a plan based on actions you plan to complete to get your paper done. The number of steps in your essay process may vary from one person to another. You may be fortunate enough to get it done in a few hours. But whatever the case may be, planning ahead lets you know what is ahead and how to prepare for it.