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Writing an application is never eassy esspecially when you need it argently.It can be stressful and you may have alot of ideas in your draft but fail to write it in a good format.Our experts do accomplish application writing without much stress and do take time to look at the standard format and part of the essay.A company do apply the three component mainly focus,organization,development :that most companies of instititions accept to accomplish the essay.

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Focus is the name we give to the "big idea" of an essay, sometimes called theme. Every essay must have a subject or topic, and that subject must be narrowed down to a theme. The subject is what you are talking about and the theme is what you are saying about what you are talking about.

Organization:is the next important component. Most people want some conventional or traditional form of organization such as the paragraph. A paragraph is simply a chunk of information about one aspect (and only one) of your essay. The rule is discuss only one idea per paragraph. Notice paragraph two above; it's a good example. The entire paragraph must related in some way to the focus or theme—”the big idea.”

Development : in an essay means offering readers a reasonably full discussion of the you wrote about in the thesis. You can see that in this essay, I promised to discuss focus, organization, and development, and each of the subsequent paragraphs briefly discuss those subjects in the order I first presented them. Essays are developed with explanations, such as are given here, but in addition, you may use facts, statistics, examples, illustrations, and personal or professional testimony to develop your thoughts. Doing these things will ensure that your reader is not disappointed. You delivered what you promised.
While focus, organization, and development are not the only considerations for good academic writing, they are essential. Moreover, in this course, these basic elements are the main criteria for successful academic writing.

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We dont generalised statements:while most clients submit there essays,we normally find them writing unnecessary sentences as they lack apt materials that will guide them and these makes there essay boring to they supervisiors.

Place our seleves in the background:Our experts write in a way that your essay draws the readers attention to the sence and substance of writing,rather than to the mood and temper of the writer which will eventually be revealed and not the expense of the work.

Over state: readers will be instantly on guard, and everything that has preceded your overstatement as well as everything that follows it will be suspect in their minds because they have lost confidence in your judgment or your poise. Overstatement is one of the common faults. A single overstatement, wherever or however it occurs, diminishes the whole, and a single carefree superlative has the power to destroy, for readers, the object of your enthusiasm.

We write in breezy manner:The breezy style is often the work of an egocentric, the person who imagines that everything that comes to mind is of general interest and that uninhibited prose creates high spirits and carries the day

We do not explain too much:Our writers are sparing,We let the converstation itself disclose the speaker’s manner or condition. Dialogue heavily weighted with adverbs after the attributive verb is cluttery and annoying. Sometimes, in an effort to sound more reliable or authoritative, or more sophisticated, we puff up our prose with this sort of language.

We Work from suitable design:The subject we are writing about needs the rough structure ready before starting it, otherwise we miss the flow and focus of the essay. When reading the relevant texts you will have noted down possible points to include in your essay. The next stage is to make these into a plan. There are no set rules for what a good essay plan should look like – it could be a linear plan, or a concept map.

We Revise and rewrite:Revising is part of writing. Few writers are so expert that they can produce what they are after on the first try. Quite often you will discover, on examining the completed work, that there are serious flaws in the arrangement of the material, calling for transpositions. Your argument will not become clearer if you only tinker with individual sentence.

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Define the scope of the Essay : Before you start writing an essay on a given subject, carefully define its scope. Do not be misled by any important word in the subject. Try to understand its total implication.

Jot down the ideas: Having defined the scope of the essay, start thinking about it. Jot down the ideas as they occur to you.

Prepare the outlines:Now it is time to arrange these ideas and prepare your outlines. The arrangement should be logical in a reflective essay and chronological in a narrative one. If you are writing about an event, describe it as it happened. If your subject needs arguments, arrange them logically.

Think of an attractive beginning: Now decide how you are going to begin the essay. Your introduction should be fresh, original and arresting. But it should be strictly relevant to the subject. Perhaps you could begin your essay with some observation of your own, or with some quotation of a known writer, if you can think of it on the spur of the moment.

The conclusion has to be stated clearly and firmly:It is time to think of a conclusion too. Conclusion is summing-up. In a narrative or descriptive essay, you could sum up with the impact the scene, the person or the vent left on your mind. In a reflective essay, you could conclude by giving your own views on the subject. Be careful that you have not left your conclusion vague and shabby. It must given the impression that you have said the last word on the subject.

Develop different points in different paragraphs: With the help of the outlines you have prepared, clearly develop your thoughts point by point. Your thoughts should show logical development and must not be jumbled. Division of the essay into various paragraphs will help keeping your thoughts un-entangled