adjknsf;oajsd sd asdfa asd You may start out with good intentions the day an essay is set, but at some point during your time at university you’re bound to find you’ve left everything to the last-minute and have fewer hours than Jack Bauer to complete a 3,000 word essay. And you have to do it well.
We aren’t suggesting that you do leave it to the last day but, if you happen to, for whatever reason, you’re going to need this fool-proof guide.
Between nights out, procrastination and other deadlines, the days can easily creep by. Now you’re breaking out in a cold sweat and mentally resigning yourself to the idea that you may as well just drop out of uni now.
The worst thing you can do in this situation is panic, so keep calm and read on to find out how to nail that essay in unbelievable time.
Best-selling author Neil Strauss (wrote The Game) once decided to see if he could write and design a whole book in a single day. Needless to say, he produced a finished 25 page book before sundown. Writing anything is not about how long you have, it’s about pure focus.
This guide can be applied to assignments for almost any degree subject, but especially well for ‘reading’ degrees such as English Literature, History and Law.
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Fail to plan and you plan to fail, or so our lecturers say. Although you obviously haven’t embraced this motto, there are a few things you can do the morning you start work on your essay before you even get to the computer to maximise efficiency.
Fuel your body and mind with a healthy breakfast like porridge – the slow release energy will stop a mid-morning slump over your desk, which is something you really can’t afford.
Pick your work station
Choose a quiet area where you know you won’t be disturbed. You’ll know whether you work better in the library or at home.
Go equipped with two pens (no nipping to the shop because you ran out of ink), bottled water, any notes you have,...