Brilliant assignments are the result of a lot of planning, drafting, rewriting and checking. When you start working on your assignment, you probably won’t have a clear position on the title (this is a good thing as you should have an open mind, not a closed one) and you will also be writing more for yourself than for your reader. By the time you reach the stage of a third draft, however, you should have arrived at an informed position and have a reader-focused piece of work.
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