Make sure you give yourself at least a whole day without thinking about it before you go back to it. Give your essay a final check, and you are good to go!
Get someone else to check it for you, such as a friend, relative or someone on your course. Hopefully this has set you on the right track to finish your essay that is due!
Note: This calculator provides an indication only and works most accurately for an academic essay with four paragraphs per page and no (sub)headings.
As a straight-A student, I’ve had to do many essays in little time with few resources since I’ve had so much other work to attend to.
Once you have completed this, write a list of what you would like to put in the essay and what information you still need to find out. *Top Tip* Remember, Rome wasn’t built in a day, so give yourself plenty of time to plan the essay as well as write it!
So, by this point, you should have something that looks a little like this. What you want to do from here is start adding key concepts.
This means I have had to tackle 1500 word essays in a single day.
It is perfectly possible to do this, although it is tough, and you’ll need to follow these vital tips. Making sure you make the most of your 24 hours means that the first thing you need to do is make a plan.
If you struggle with structure, write each idea with PEA.
(You may have learned this in school, it’s a great structuring tool where you write your points as: Point, Evidence, Analysis.