You should begin by doing some general reading in the field.

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Long after you leave college,you will continue learning about the world and its vast complexities.

At the moment I am working on the adv disadv essay. That will be ready (hopefully) at the end of this month. After that, I’ll do the cause/solution essay – it usually takes me about 3 or 4 weeks to write, film and edit a long video.
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Read a few books or articles on topics youfind of interest.

Evidence is what you use in persuasive writing to support the claims that you present.

Hi Liz! Your study material is amazing and is helping me a lot to prepare for IELTs. I have a few questions. In the Discussion Essay type (as the one you have posted above), do we need to always write a separate paragraph for our opinion (e.g. body: Finally, in my opinion…)? If my opinion concurs with one of the two sides, then can I just have two body paragraphs ( A and B side ) because I stated in my thesis that I concurred with one of them?
Also, I was wondering if we are allowed to use any white-out to erase pen during the exam and if we are given some additional papers to write the layout for the organization of our essays.
Thank you so much you’re such a great teacher!!!!!


…cite experts who agree with you

In conclusion, getting a job requires a relevant education background and experience depending on the nature of job. One has to work on all aspects to find a appropriate job.

…claim to be an expert if you’re not one

There are three body paragraphs. Two which give other people’s views (many think…. / according to some…) and one that gives my opinion. You will see the reference to other people’s views in the topic sentences of the body paragraphs 1 and 2.
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…provide facts, evidence, and statistics to support your position

Finally, in my opinion, tertiary education, experience and soft skills are equally important. Having inheriting all these skills increased the chances of getting job. In my view, one should work on every aspect to grow chances of getting job.

…use strictly moral or religious claims as support for your argument

On the other hand, Soft skills such as leadership skills enhances the individual personality and helps them to maintain cordial relations with the colleagues. Moreover,
management and sales jobs require interpersonal skills to get into job.

…provide reasons to support your claim

On the one hand, many people think having university degree helps them in finding excellent career and job, as education clears the basics for the job. To make the idea more clear, I would like to discuss a practical example. Large companies such as Microsoft, Amazon prefer to hire university graduates and trained them according to their needs. Apart from this, during degree individuals study different courses and undergo internship which prepares them for job that’s why countries like Canada encourages international students to come and study.

Real research means usingprimary sources.

On the other hand, some people are not criminals but the situation and their needs force them to commit some serious crimes knowingly or unknowingly, and sometimes the encouragement from the criminal world also plays a significant role for an individual in committing a crime. For such cases the punishments should be decided considering these influential and circumstantial factors.