Essay Writing: Best Free Resources That Help

 If you’ve ever been in any sort of grade school, even down to elementary school, you’re familiar with writing an Essay. Most people dread it, and then there are those few who love it but all persevere and deal to make sure that they get the grade (usually). We all face speed bumps in our writing that either a) lower our final grade on the paper or b) keep us from writing at all. Here are the best free resources you can use to help improve your Essay Writing.


Schoolatoz: practical help for parents


 This resource is great for parents seeking to help their children from elementary up to high school get better with their writing. If you’ve found your child getting frustrated more often than not when they need to write a paper for class, not just because they don’ want to do it, but because they are earnestly struggling with it no matter how hard they try, then this is the place for you.


 Schoolatoz has more than just help for essay writing, they also have tips for math as well and ways that you can help your child plan for the future. It’s an Australian based website and the country of Australia is ranked 4th out of the 181 developed countries that are considered in the ranks.

Papersgear

Professional writing agency Papergear gather writing experts, who can help you with any essay writing assignments. You can submit any essay writing task, research paper, midterm paper, etc to the portal and they will help you to outline your paper, proofread or edit it according to the writing standards of APA, MLA, Harvard or Chicago style. 

This website is very easy to navigate as the categories are listed in a clean orderly fashion. It reviews the various essay types, the stages of writing, common essay subjects, formatting styles to help with getting down and understanding how to properly do your citations and sources. They have a glossary to clear up any unclear experiences throughout the guide with a clear definition in the glossary.

Essaymama's Essay Writing Guide


 If you’re not looking for a resource to do the work for you, you can find help with the comprehensive writing guide that focuses solely on writing Essays; essays are just another thing that EssayMama essay writing service has mastered. The simplification of this guide is so masterful because it comes from the minds of experienced writers with Masters and PhD degrees.


Essay-Writing-Tips.com: Your Personal Assistant in Essay Writing


 Essay Writing Tips (EWT) understands that most students see writing essays “as a boring and trifling task, which is why they get low grades.” They’ve tailored their entire website to focus solely on the most important aspects and peculiarities of the essay writing process, considered each one in detail to help you, the student, acquire confidence and improve your writing skills.


 

Udemy Course: Effective College Essay


 This is a free course created by an Academic Tutor of English by the name of Cain Towers who relates to the typical college student by tutoring many college and high school students himself. In the course description it states that he understands the difficulty transferring from the typical High School 5 paragraph essay to the more complex college essay. He designed the course to be complimentary to what you learn from your professors and expand more on the processes of researching, writing and citing your essay.


 The best features about the course are that it’s free and it comes with 31 minutes of content so it’s quick and helpful. There are a few videos in the course but the majority of them are documented resources. If you take it and find it helpful, encourage other students to take it and leave a review. There are only 2,100 other students aware of this course worldwide right now but it would help so many more if they knew about it. On Udemy you can find other free resources about writing; however, most of them aren’t free.


The American University in Cairo


 The University of Cairo aims at changing the perspective of writing an essay from “a maddening, exasperating process,” to one that “can be easy and even fun,” through the 10 steps that they list for writing the essay. On the home page which is linked above, you’ll find the overview of the ten step process. Each individual link will take you further into each section of the process.


 They also have an entire section dedicated to the brainstorming and writing the thesis. The emphasis on brainstorming is to come up with those original insights that can only come when they’re given time and space to do so. The focus on the thesis is to shape and form that masterful idea you just brainstormed into a concise sentence. Without this as stated on their page “it’s practically impossible to write a good essay without a clear thesis.”


English Page


 This resource is designed primarily for English speakers who speak and write English secondarily to their native language. This resource is extremely helpful if you want to go back to the word level and sentence structure. The English Page goes over the particulars such as verb tenses, articles, conditionals, gerunds, prepositions, irregular verbs, etc. What stands out about this resource is the fact that they have article tutorials, mini-tutorials, weekly lessons. They get really interactive offering a reading room, listening lounge and games.


 This article delivers various resources for all types of writers. From the parents who are seeking to help their grade school students to the more common undergraduate student to resources that can be helpful for graduate students. When it comes to writing an essay you’ll find what you’ll need utilizing the resources from this list.

 

Papersgear


Professional writing agency Papergear gather writing experts, who can help you with any essay writing assignments. You can submit any essay writing task, research paper, midterm paper, etc to the portal and they will help you to outline your paper, proofread or edit it according to the writing standards of APA, MLA, Harvard or Chicago style.

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