Too many graduate students these days are entering the culture of higher learning without the skills they need. Even if you went to a top University most, probably all, of your papers were graded by an over-worked graduate student who needed to get through a mountain of grading overnight. Once you got into graduate school it was assumed that you’d acquired the paper writing skills you need, but many students haven’t. If you’re one of those students know that you’re not alone and here’s some information to help your next paper go a lot smoother.
The most crucial part of any academic paper is the thesis statement. If you went to a good elementary school or junior high you probably had a paper writing exercise that programmed you to write a “Two-Fold and Three-Pronged Thesis Statement”, if you didn’t here’s what you missed:
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Now that you’re in graduate school things are a bit more complicated. Obviously, your 20 page paper will need more than three body paragraphs and your thesis statement needs a bit more finesse. Here are some tips for a graduate level thesis statement:
If you’re having trouble with writing at the graduate level don’t worry, just a little bit of help can go a long way.