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University Section


1. Overview

2. Analyse Question

3. Research

4. Essay Structure

5. Tone

6. Paragraphs

7. Argument

8. Introduction & Conclusion

9. Final Draft

10. References



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4. Essay Structure


Putting it all Together

You may have produced a draft essay plan before researching the essay. However, with more information, it may need revising. Think about how you can group together similar ideas that you found in your research.



Essay Plans

How to organise your ideas into a logical structure.  This guide includes suggested plans for a range of essay types. Go>

Summary of Academic Writing

Scroll down to the section entitled Structure of Academic Writing and consider how your points should be grouped together. Go>

Putting Your Research Together

This is a neat example of how ten different texts on rainforests were used to write an essay. Go>

Organizing An Essay

Advice on essay-planning from the University of Toronto. Topics include when to start planning, how to integrate it with note-taking, and how much time you should spend on planning. Go>




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