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As a student, writing an essay is one of the most common tasks. However, as simple as it might seem at first, not everyone is able to write a good essay. There are certain principles that should be respected, and this is something that many persons do not do.

If you want to learn the secrets behind a successful essay, then you should take a look at our article. Today we will share with you some tips that should help you write a good essay in no time.

Don’t use sophisticated words

You might feel the need to impress your teacher and you start using all those big words. However, in most cases, they do not help you. Simplicity is more appreciated so you should just stick to the words you know.  A teacher can tell when you used a dictionary for your entire essay and this is not something that impresses them.

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Avoid slang

While we recommended you not to use too many sophisticated words, this does not mean that you should start using slang either. Slang is not something that is recommended for a school essay, unless this is the requirement for your paper.

In most cases your teacher won’t even be able to understand the words so you should avoid it at all costs. Additionally, slang will make your paper look less professional, which is not something that you want if you are aiming for a high grade.

Avoid using “very” too many times

A common mistake that many students do is using “very” too often in their essay. Even if you feel the need to make things more clear by using this word, too many repetitions become annoying and they will affect the quality of your essay.

Ask for help

If you feel like no matter what you do you cannot write the perfect essay, you might need some help. Try to talk with a colleague or a teacher and ask them to guide you. Sometimes, some tips from a person that you know can make the difference. If the situation is really dramatic you can even use a website that writes essays for you, as there are numerous options available on the internet.

Don’t leave any mistakes

After you write your essay make sure that you scan it for errors. It is very annoying for a teacher to discover small errors, no matter how good your essay is. There are some common mistakes that most students do, and you should do your best and try to avoid them. For example, there are many people who mistake “its” for “it’s” or “first” for “firstly”. Try to avoid all these things in your essay.

Again, if you are not sure, you should ask for someone to help you. Find a person that is better at grammar than you and ask him or her to take a look at your essay and make sure that there aren’t any mistakes in it.


A teacher at Batesburg-Leesville Primary School, South Carolina, has been accused by first graders parents of picking out students in her class to rub her feet.

The teacher, who has not been named, was disciplined, but still has her job teaching six and seven-year-olds, leaving the community troubled.

The allegations came out when one of the teacher’s students told her grandmother she didn’t want to give any more foot massages.

The grandmother, Brends Norris, told WISTV in Columbia, South Carolina, Tuesday:

“She admitted to the children rubbing her feet. Just the thought of it.”

“They immediately sent her home, but she’s back there today.”

When Brends Norris took to Facebook to talk about the teacher, she found at least six other parents whose children reported the same thing, she said.

The six-year-old girl told her grandmother her teacher wore flip-flops to school so she could simply slip them off for her pupils to rub her feet.

Brends Norris suggested the school district would need to do more to win back her trust and repair that trauma her granddaughter is experiencing

Brends Norris suggested the school district would need to do more to win back her trust and repair that trauma her granddaughter is experiencing

Brends Norris said she taught her granddaughter to tell her if anyone every touched her inappropriately.

“She told me, <<Grandma, you didn’t tell me if I touch someone else, to tell you>>. That broke my heart,” Brends Norris said.

Brends Norris said being forced to rub her teacher’s feet has caused her granddaughter to have nightmares.

“She said <<I have three wishes, grandma. One of them was not to go to school today>>” Brends Norris said.

Officials at Lexington County School District Three said they investigated the allegations, took action and corrected the problem – but would not give specifics.

The local chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and police are both investigating. A community meeting is also planned.

Brends Norris suggested the school district would need to do more to win back her trust and repair that trauma her granddaughter is experiencing.

“I don’t trust the system at all now. I can’t trust the system. I’m afraid for her to go to school,” the grandmother said.