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How To Compose A Winning Argumentative Essay In 45 Minutes?


Sometimes it happens that you were given a homework, and you don’t remember to complete it until the very last moment when you’re friend asks you if you are done the work or not. Every student has faced this situation at least once in their lifetime. Most of us will probably copy the homework from our friend if it is related to math, accounts where the answers need to be similar. But, this is a tricky situation when it comes to essay writing homework, especially argumentative writing. Over here, everyone has a different perspective on things and opinions cannot be copied. Thankfully, this is not a tricky situation anymore as today I will show you exactly how to compose and write an effective argumentative piece in 45 minutes. All you need to do is simply follow the tips and tricks mentioned below, and you’ll be good to go.


The first thing to do when writing an essay is to conduct a comprehensive research and gather as many data and material as possible so that you have enough to write on, and you don’t spend time thinking of things to write.

The second thing to keep in mind is to choose a side and cause in which you firmly believe in because in an argumentative you will present your point of view in a way to convince others you are right. So if you are not convinced then how do you expect other to hear what you have to say?

Thirdly, in a short span of time, you can’t cover anything, so it is recommended to focus on the weakness in the counter argument and try to mask your weak points so that your argument is strong and effective.

You should always give reference of honest facts/quotes/statistics/numbers to prove your point and at the same time use the same tools to weaken the opposing argument.

For much easier and quick turnover, it is always advisable to make a list of all the things in favor and against your argument so that it is easy to write everything in one go and you don’t have unnecessary interruptions that will disrupt your time.


In the end, I would like to conclude by saying that by following the tips/tricks mentioned above you are bound to end up with a strong, compelling argumentative essay in 45 minutes.


Practice Makes Perfect.

Practicing will certainly help, but it has to be done right to make the student into a good writer. Students need to practice editing and get a teacher to help them spot mistakes. In addition, students will want to read through grammar books and style guides to learn everything that they can about writing.