Next, decide your approach – how are you going to tackle the question?
Let's say it's 9am and your essay is due in first thing tomorrow morning.
If you're wondering how to write essays faster, here's a feasible 14 hour timeline that you can follow (remember this is just a brief summary of each stage – we go into more detail below!
): Remember to schedule in a few short 10 minute breaks (one every 45–60 minutes so should do the trick).
Giving your brain a rest is key to keeping your overall productivity levels up, and stretching or doing some brief exercises will also help.
Time: am – 11am Once you've decided on your approach to answering the question, you should be able to form a pretty solid plan for the body of the essay.
Write out three to five key points that you want to make in your overall argument, and underneath each one, use bullet points to list all the information, supporting arguments (and, better still, any rebuttals you have to popular counter-arguments) or quotes you already have for each point.
Time: 11am – am It might seem a little counter-intuitive to start writing an essay before you've sourced all your quotes and references, but there's method to our madness.
Writing all 3,000 words in one go is a pretty depressing thought, so anything you can do to break up the workload is a positive step.
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