Rewrite, view and rewrite again- this is the scheme that you must manage if you want to create a really good essay.
A good writer often rewrites and reviews his or her work. After creating the first paragraphs, have one or two days off, then go back to work and look at it in a new way. Make appropriate changes to the content and pay attention to proper spelling and grammar.
Such actions may cause a desire to create a new project, and then combine the best of both into the final work. Writing a new project may inspire you to think about new ideas or the best way to tell your story.
Make sure your story sounds like it’s coming from the inside. The audience should not feel hours and days of preparation. Create an impression that listeners know you for a long time. It’s better to be yourself than to say what you think the audience wants to hear.
Make sure your essay will be read from beginning to end. You must create an intrigue that will make audience read or listen to your story to the end. Do not reveal the final part of the story at the beginning
And final – ask yourself the following questions:
Was my story interesting and whether it attracted people’s attention?
Are there some confusing parts?
Are there spelling or grammar errors?
Do I speak sincerely?
Does the essay respond properly to the query?
After the editor (or two, or more) views your project, it’s time to re-review and re-write it again.