Stop Essay Pain

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Stop Essay PainDo you often worry that you will not get a good or even a passing grade when you submit your essays?

Do you run out of ideas and just feel like banging your head against the wall because you know that your paper is due today and you just can’t meet the word count requirement?

Do you feel that it is NOT FAIR that your professor is asking you to write a 3,000 word essay but doesn’t teach you EXACTLY how to do that?

Do you often avoid sitting down to write a paper, and instead do house work or browse the Internet, and later feel guilty about it?

Do you worry that your grade for the course may suffer a lot because you can’t quite figure out how to get excellent grades on your papers?

Do you feel EMBARRASSED sometimes because your peer, classmate, or a friend writes essays well, while you are struggling?

Does it feel like you’re the only one who is not clear on how to write essays, while everyone else gets it easy?

Are you often disappointed with your essay grades, but don’t know why your professor judged your writing so harshly?

You may not know this, but most college students experience at least some of these problems, so you’re not alone. In fact, I’ve been there myself. I’m Tutor Phil, and today, as I’m speaking to you, I am working towards completing my thesis in English Literature and have years of experience teaching college-level writing.

But this is an amazing change for me. If 12 years ago you had told me that I would be a college-level writing instructor, I would just laugh!

Frankly, I didn’t know how to put a few sentences together in order to pass a basic college writing test that determined what level of writing course to assign a student to.

I struggled, and even failed a couple of courses during my second semester because I FEARED and HATED Writing!

So, what made all the difference? Which magic force was that which helped me replace my F’s with A’s the following semester, keep my high GPA throughout my studies, get a dual-major Bachelor’s Degree, and become a happy and successful graduate student?

It was a METHOD. It was a method of writing that only one professor at my college taught, and because of that I still think of it as MY SECRET WEAPON.

The course I took during my second semester at college changed my life completely. This professor deeply cared about writing, and I saw that and took his ideas to heart.

Well, you already know what happened as a result. And today, I’m bringing this SECRET WEAPON to you.

Yes – it is not your fault that your writing skills are not producing the kind of essays and term papers that should get you the grades you deserve. And here’s why.

It happens to be an undeniable fact that almost all teachers teach their own methods of writing, very often ineffectively.

And even when one method works in one situation, it stops working once you get to the next level. For example:

You probably learned to write essays in high school or during your last four or so years of grade school education. You must have been something like 14 or… Read more…

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