The first element of planning - and the one most students forget - is a timetable. So why do you need one? The worst way to do any piece of work is to leave it until the last minute and then rush an answer which will not be very good and will not obtain the marks it ought to. Yet this is very common with student assignments because it is always tempting to put things off until you have to do them - that’s human nature. There are some people who can work this way and produce something good but for most people a good essay involves taking the time to work out where the essay is going over a period of time.
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