How to write good college papers when you hate writing? OK, you’re not only Shakespeare, you’re a person whose mind is directed to completely other things, such as mathematical problems or physical education. You excel in your fields of interest. And still you have to write. In fact, to graduate not only college, even high school, you HAVE to write, and quite often. There is no way avoiding it if you want to have some good education, which will provide you with some good perspectives.
Therefore, my friend, the only way to overcome this, is to practice. But when we hate writing process, we have to start from something easy and slowly move forward to more complicated tasks. All books and course materials on “how to write research papers” would do. We have to learn to divide our “big task” into a series of small tasks which, taken separately, look quite doable. And then, as we progress with these task and complete them little by little, we will learn to see our “big” problem as the one we can manage as well.
It’s not a problem if we don’t use some sophisticated language. The main thing in this business is to learn to express our thoughts clearly, that’s the main requirement. Now, what we have to learn, is to have thoughts. If you think you don’t have anything to say and everything has already been said before you, don’t get desparate. Continue reading: http://ping.fm/nUYSv