Whether you are writing an admissions essay or drafting a report for work, these helpful tips are sure to create polished works:
Simple, Direct, Precise, Alive, Concise, Coherent, Convincing! Those are your targets.
- Reduce Sentence Length to establish strong, clear meaning.
- Order Words for Emphasis.
- Avoid Needless Words or Stuffy Language.
- Use Strong Verbs. Use passive verbs to highlight the receiver of an action.
- Emphasize Results, Concrete Figures. Use concrete and specific details that appeal to the senses.
- Establish Impressive Overall Style.
- Convey clear, complete thoughts.
- Choose every word carefully.
- Minimize redundancy. Strive for effectiveness.
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