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Getting A Proofread Example Introductory Essay

If you are in you are a freshman in college, you may be a little unsure of what is required of you when writing an essay; after all, you're not in high school anymore, your essays actually have to be good. You're probably going to search online at least once for examples of college essays to guide you as you write, but be careful. You need to find an example which is formatted right and free from spelling and grammatical errors. So, here is our guide to finding a decent, proofread example of an introductory paragraph.

  1. Use trusted academic websites
    • If you are looking for a quick fix to your problem, there is little doubt that you are going to turn to the internet. However, there is always the chance that you are going to end up on a website which is not up to contemporary academic standards.
    • Ask around your college to see what websites your fellow students use when they are in need of help with their assignments.
  2. Turn to books
    • If you want the most reliable example possible, you should search through academic books. An article on a website can easily slip past the crack unedited, it is much unusual for a book to do so.
    • One disadvantage of turning to books is that academic books usually cost a great deal of money and if you are a dedicated college student, you need all your money for alcohol.
  3. Ask older students
    • If you want to learn from somebody who has been in your position, you should ask an older student if you can read one of their essay introductions.
    • Be careful not to let their writing influence you too much as you may end up unwittingly plagiarising their work.
  4. Reexamine any of your earlier essays
    • If you have already written an essay for college and had it corrected, try returning to it and reading the introductory paragraph.
    • The chances are, whoever corrected it marked any spelling and grammatical errors. Perhaps they may have even corrected your formatting.
  5. Ask your lecturer
    • If you are really stuck, you should try asking your college lecturer to write out an example introductory paragraph. They may refuse, but you never know.
    • This should be used only as a last resort. You don't want your lecturer to get the impression that you are incapable of working on your own.

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