Tips to avoid plagiarism

Nowadays, thanks to technology, accidental or on-purpose plagiarism can become a real possibility, and it also makes it easier to detect.

For an average tech-savvy teacher, a quick Google search can reveal plagiarized material.  Luckily, there are tools that allow us to easily detect if any material is plagiarized.
To avoid plagiarism, remember to cite your sources, whenever you are in doubt, it’s better if you cite them. You want to have credit for your ideas however, there are times that it’s not clear where an idea came from if it came from you, or from someone else and you have only changed it a little.

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Important tips for an essay

 Your first draft will not be perfect, do not throw it away

You may have the perception that writing is natural for some people, and that you are not one of them. The truth is, writing is often a struggle, even for most veteran writers.
You just have to sit down and force yourself, don’t wait to be inspired, you have to decide that you are going to write, so just sit down and do it.

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How to write a better draft

Don’t worry about it being a perfect draft, in the initial stage; your goal is to write words on that page, start writing, word by word, sentence by sentence, paragraph by paragraph.

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The importance of honing your editing skills

Editing is the preparation of written materials before publication and is a key part of the writing process. In this process, the draft is completed, finalized, and transformed into the final work.

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