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How to do Assignments?

Daniel Biden
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The most important thing is to get started as soon as possible. You won't have to rush if you give yourself enough time to plan, research, write, and revise your work. You'll also have something to work on once you've gotten started.

Step 1: Recognize the assignment's goal.

Make sure you evaluate the assignment task or question and understand what you've been asked to perform before you begin. This will assist you in concentrating your investigation.

Also, make sure you know what kind of assignment you're working on. Is it a report or an essay? This will assist you in focusing your research and determining how to organize your work.

Step 2: Carry out your research.

After that, do some research on your topic to uncover useful and trustworthy facts. Some can be found in your course materials and suggested readings, but you can also try:

-online sources -the Open Polytechnic Library
-consulting with experts
-Instructions on how to do research

Step 3 – Make a plan

It will be easier to focus and write your assignment if you plan how you will respond to your assigned task or question. You will have a structure to follow and will be able to ensure that you correctly answer the assignment work.

Step 4 – Compose

Then it'll be time to begin writing.

a rough draft

- Write your initial draft in accordance with your strategy. Fill in the blanks with your key ideas for each section.
- Feel free to write whatever you like. Put down as much as you can without stressing about getting the words exactly perfect.
- You could find it easier to begin with the conclusion so you know where you're going with your writing.
- The introduction should be the final thing you do.

Don't waste too much time perfecting this draft because it will change!

Make minor adjustments.

- Go over your draft again, making sure it makes sense and covers everything you need.
- Fine-tune your terminology and ensure that your work flows smoothly.
- Keep many versions of your drafts in case you need to refer back to them.
- Make a bibliography or a list of references.

Step 5: Go over everything again.

Take a break once you're satisfied. Take a break from your job so you may look through your task with fresh eyes. After that, proofread and edit.

Consider the broad picture.

- Have you responded to the question that was posed to you? Examine your work in relation to both the marking schedule and the question.
- Does the structure appear to be correct? Is the content organized logically?
- Have you included all of the necessary components? What about the title page, introduction, conclusion, and reference list, for example?
- Is your work well-written, with one section flowing into the next? It's a good idea to read it out loud to see if it's correct.
- Have you written in your own words and cited all of your sources?
- Do you have a well-presented assignment?

Examine the specifics.

- Did you use academic English (if applicable)?
- Make sure the grammar, punctuation, and spelling are correct. Don't rely just on a spell checker (it won't catch everything).
- Check your citations. Is your APA citation format correct?
- Have you numbered your pages?
- On each sheet, have you written your name, student ID, assignment details, and the date?

Tip - Ask a friend or family member to proofread your homework if possible, as it might be difficult to see errors in your own writing.

Submit your assignment once you're satisfied.

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Topic starter Posted : 14/06/2021 12:29 pm
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