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    Amber Evans

    First of all, you need to understand that it takes quite a long time to learn how to write a social studies essay. You can’t write an essay that the examiners would score high without prior preparation. Steady skills, good results appear after 2-3 months of work (about 15-20 written homework market reviews). It is systematic study, purposefulness that brings high results. You need to hone your skills in practice with the direct help and close supervision of your teacher.

    Unlike an essay on literature or Russian language, where the minimum amount of work is clearly stipulated and general reflection (“philosophizing” without elaboration) is allowed, in the social studies essay the volume is not limited, but its structure and content are fundamentally different. The social studies essay is actually an answer to the question: “Do I agree with this statement and why? That is why a social studies essay must necessarily contain strict argumentation, scientific and specificity. At the same time, it should be noted that very paradoxical, unusual statements are often used as the topic of the essay, requiring imaginative thinking, non-standard approach to the disclosure of the problem. This inevitably imposes its imprint on the style of the essay essay and requires maximum concentration and attention.

    I would also like to add that the examination essay is evaluated by specific people. In order for an examiner who checks between 50 and 80 papers a day to mark any essay as worthy of attention, this essay must not only meet all of the following requirements, but also be distinguished by a certain originality, uniqueness and originality – this is implied by the essay genre itself. Therefore, it is necessary not only to state scientific and factual material on the topic, but also to pleasantly surprise with the unconventionality and flexibility of your thinking.

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