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How to Write an Assignment

Posted last March 16, 2017, 8:52 am in Services report article

If you are a student at high school, college or university level, then chances are you have so many assignments to do. Assignments normally contribute significantly to your final grade and as such, it is important to understand how to come up with not only satisfactory but impressive work. The most difficult thing about doing academic assignments is actually starting. This is because students are so used to procrastinating that they usually have to rush to meet their assignments deadlines. It then follows that one tip on how to write an assignment is to stat it as early as possible.

The first thing to do even before you start writing your assignments is making sure that you clearly understand what your lecturers and course instructor expects you to produce when and why. In other words you are supposed to reread the assignments noting the key words of the assignments. For example you need to find out whether the assignment demands that you list, compare and contrast, discuss, explain or even critique different ideas or whatever it is that your course instructor wants you to do. It then follows that you must always make sure that you undoubtedly understand what you are expected to do before you can make your any attempts to write the assignment.

There are some helpful steps that you can use to write your assignment. The first step includes reading and understanding the assignment by noting the key words, drafting an outline of how you would like to tackle the assignment. Finding the information that is relevant in writing the assignment, writing the first draft, and finally editing and proofreading the final draft to make sure that is has no grammatical or structural errors. This means that the very first step should be to analyze the question. It is worth to note that how well you understand the assignments will go a long to influencing how good your assignment shall be. This means that you should make every effort to understand what the question is all about. You can always ask your course instructor for clarifications instead of risking getting poor grades for answering a question that you have no idea what it is all about. It is also advisable to consult with your course mates and find out whether you have all the same understanding of the question. Discussing the question with your friends will in no doubt help you to understand the assignment even better.