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Tips and Tricks on How to Find an Essay Example in No Time

There is an old saying ‘if you ant the right answer you have to ask the right question’. This old saying applies also to finding essay examples. Basically you have three main sources of essay examples.

  1. Ask your Tutor.
  2. Ask the school Librarian.
  3. Look online.

It is really important to have a good idea of what an essay example contains, if you don’t know what is expected of you it is like being a baker and asked to produce a complex French patisserie when you have never seen it or tasted it.

Let’s take each one in turn.

  1. Your Tutor. Your tutor has probably given you the remit for your essay and some guidelines. These guidelines will give you some idea of what you need to put into your essay in order to get a good mark – and going the extra mile will give you more marks and a better grade. They will probably give you a reminder of the format your essay should take, who to reference your essay and some tips on proof reading.
  2. School Librarian. The school library may have some essay examples available, that the Librarian may locate and let you read. This may take a little time.
  3. The Internet. This is actually your quickest option. Going back to the saying at the beginning of this article – the most efficient way to find what you are looking for especially on the internet is by asking the right question. Make sure you us a search engine that can locate academic work.
    • Make a note of the key words and the order in which you use them. This is going to save you a lot of time. If you want to check this out, try picking out three key words and putting the in a search engine. Make a note of what the search produces. Now, using the same three key words change their order and produce another search. Do you get the same search results? The chances are you don’t.
    • If you have difficulty in picking out the key words, try using the following. First, Use the term ‘essay example’, then use the subject area or field of study (Psychology), then what level you are studying at. Your search should come up with some suggested web sites that can provide you with examples.
    • One point to remember is that not all sites will give you free examples; you may actually have to sign up to the site. in some cases you may have to pay fro examples.
 

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