Essay/Paper Writing Help – Strategies Used by Professional Online Class Assistants

Do you think you suck at writing papers? You might just be over-estimating yourself.

You might be thinking you should be able to sit down and write a paper any time, like robocop or something. But there is no such thing as just sitting down to write a paper.

The person needs to read, breathe, and “listen” for the voice of the mind to come up with some words worth writing.  Relax and effortlessly write a paper by using these methods (below).

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Strategies used by professional research paper writers:

1.) Do not try to come up with an idea for your essay. Begin by reading an article. Feed the main idea of the article into your brain, and think about it. If the article is really boring or hard to understand, close that tab and look at a different article. But do not sit down and try to write an essay without reading something first. First, feed the fire.

2.) When you write a research paper/essay, the challenge is to simply share one idea. That’s it. If you want to write a good essay, the reader has to be able to discern the main message you’re trying to send. You will not know that message when you begin. You will only know that message after you form an opinion about the essay topic. You can only form an opinion if you read a few articles. So, sit back, relax, and really enjoy reading an article about the essay topic.

3.) Do not read 10 articles. Read one article. When you have read one article, read one more. But never think about reading lots of articles. It is impossible to read lots of articles in any moment. In this moment and in any moment, there can be only one article.

4.) Find out the author’s message. When you read one article, skim through to find the main idea? Usually, you can find the main idea in the introduction and the conclusion. Write a sentence to tell about the author’s idea and what it means about the topic. That will be a paragraph topic sentence. Write a few more sentences to explain what you mean, or give an example, and you’ve knocked out a whole paragraph.

5.) The message/main idea of an empirical research article is its findings and conclusion.  If you write a research paper, it usually involves citing quantitative and qualitative research articles. To find research articles, include “literature review” as one of your search terms when you search google for your topic.  When you are writing about research articles, the main idea consists of the research design and the research findings. It’s easy to express your idea in a paper/essay if you cite a research study and explain the study’s findings.

6.) To understand complicated articles, stare at the period at the end of each sentence, and wait for the mind to respond. Feel the mind shift when the person has internalized the meaning of the sentence. It takes a moment for the mind to make sense of sentences. You can relax, and wait for the brain to respond to what it is reading. There’s no need to keep the person reading continuously. Just let go and relax. Read one sentence of an article, and stop until your mind produces an idea about it.

7.) Each time you write about the main idea of a book or article, it becomes one of the building blocks for your essay/paper.  The paper you are writing is made of the articles you read, combined with your own ideas that arise in the mind.

8.) Interact with each article you read, so you can internalize the information. Paste the article into a word document, so you can highlight some sentences, bold some words. Underline, enlarge, or change the font. Interact with the article in any way you can. Wait for your own ideas to arise.

9.) A paper has one main idea and several smaller ideas to support the main idea.  The introduction and conclusion express your main idea.  Each body paragraph expresses one of the smaller ideas.  How many ideas does it take to support the main idea of a paper? If you’re writing a 2,000-word paper you need about 14-18 paragraphs. The first and last paragraph will express the main idea of the essay, and then you’ll have 12-16 paragraphs to support the main idea. Each of those 16 paragraphs can begin with a Paragraph Topic Sentence expressing an idea that tells something (it can be almost anything) about the essay topic.

10.) After reading one article, it’s possible to write one paragraph of your paper.  Read a research article, and type a paragraph to tell about the research design and the findings. This sentence will be a paragraph topic sentence. You can complete the paragraph by typing a few more sentences to explain that idea. You should also include a sentence about any criticism you want to give to the idea. If you see a flaw in the author’s reasoning, point it out! This is just like an ordinary conversation. In this way, it’s easy to type up a paragraph while you read.

11. Get a second screen.  The best thing I ever did to make myself more effective as a writer-for-hire is to start using two screens, so I can read on one screen and type on another.

12. Read, listen, type, repeat.  I read, think carefully about the author’s message, and then I listen to see what my mind thinks about it.

13. Each paragraph = 1 idea expressed in the first sentence (Paragraph Topic Sentence). When you have written several body paragraphs, you will suddenly think of something. You will think of an idea you want to share about the topic, and this will become the main idea of the whole essay.

14. After you have checked out a few articles, you’ll form your own idea about the topic.  Any time you read enough, you’ll notice an idea arise in the mind.  An idea you’d kinda like to share. Type a sentence about it at the end of the first paragraph. Sometimes, I have to read a lot of articles. If I’m in a hurry, I just read the first line of each paragraph. I work for a lot of different people taking different classes. I must never let myself try to multitask. I always need to do one thing at a time. Go slow. Pay attention! This one is important. I’ll say it again: Go slow. You will make faster progress if you go slow. It is the damndest thing. Counterintuitive. You have a deadline approaching fast, but you must not think about it. Go into the quiet mind and just sit with the concepts.

15. Just sit with the topic of this article the person is reading.  No need to write anything. “Ahh… I am not even trying to write a paper.” I can only write a paper if I go very slow. Sometimes clients don’t understand, but they just have to wait. I will finish the paper when my mind slows down enough to write it.  If the person does start writing, enjoy it a lot!  Enjoy sharing ideas while you use the person to write the paper. In this state of mind, you are not the person. You are the one who is having this experience. The person is part of the experience.

16. It’s not okay to write a paper in a room where someone is watching television. Don’t do that to yourself, it’s so awful. You need to enter a very sensitive, open state of mind if you want to write. Do not expose yourself to commercials and other awful background sound.

17. Read twice. The first time you read something, the mind makes sense of it. Read it again if you want to use any of it later. Don’t pretend the person has some kind of superhuman memory. For example, you might take a breath, scroll up, and skim through this article one more time from start to finish. Notice how much more you remember. When you read something only once, you miss an opportunity to really retain the most useful information. If you are serious about actually applying these methods, go ahead and read them again. Again and again. Return to the top of the page, and remember to enjoy this stuff. It’s the only way.