How many people do you know that work hard on their essays, but only get average grades? Almost everyone, right? Avoid making the same, common mistakes by investing in:
Fast-Track to Academic Writing
— ON-DEMAND TRAINING —
You’ll get techniques to understand your essay question and focus your reading. You’ll get four types of essay structure, and a simple and effective process for editing like a professional academic writer. These techniques are straight-forward, quick and powerful, so you achieve the grades you want, whilst also freeing up more time so that you can live the life you want, and make a real difference in the world.
WHAT WOULD THAT DO FOR YOUR DEGREE, YOUR STUDIES, AND YOUR LIFE?
ENROL ON THE FAST-TRACK TO ACADEMIC WRITING PLUS CONSULTATION AND COACHING
Before we go into detail about the training, let us ask you a question:
Which of these apply to you? Are you…
📚 Reading everything and making lots of notes?
📖 Rushing through your referencing?
📝 Making half-hearted attempts at editing, or starting from scratch each time?
✒️ Doing cleaning or other chores to avoid having to sit down and write?
If so, don’t be ashamed - most people do this at some point.
You're changing how you write, from trying to demonstrate your understanding of textbook facts, to trying to convince the critical reader of your interpretations and your conclusions.
It’s a BIG step!
And most students who are struggling make the same mistakes.
If you dive into reading, without fully understanding the essay question, then you’ll waste time on irrelevant research and writing. Equally, if you underestimate how important a carefully crafted, convincing argument is, then you won’t spend enough time planning and editing, and your reader won’t understand your interpretations or conclusions.
By the time you’ve written a couple of essays, you’ll have noticed that Universities provide little support around learning academic writing, despite it being so challenging to master.
You’re expected to work most of it out for yourself, BUT, this means you go through trial and error, and make slower progress.
But having someone explain the techniques academics use when writing, helps you reach a higher level of writing, from which, we can challenge you further.
For any teachers or psychologists out there, you may have heard of this as Vygotsky’s theory on scaffolding (i.e. supporting) a student's learning, to help them move beyond what they can achieve on their own, and into the Zone of Proximal Development. It’s surprising that Higher Education seems to have forgotten this, in favour of large class sizes and hours of independent study.
If you’ve ever experienced ‘writer's-block’ or procrastination, then chances are you can relate to our stories.
We’ve each spent 20 years learning how to overcome obstacles to writing essays, theses, and publications, to become expert academic writers ourselves. And we’ve learned how to teach this to students. Giving students from all backgrounds and abilities these tools, empowers them to have more impact at university, and in life more broadly. This is why we are so passionate about getting them into the hands of more students.
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