Answering the wrong question is a common mistake made by students.
This point may sound like stating the obvious; but, in my experience, answering the wrong question is the biggest cause of a disappointing exam result.2. In an introduction to an essay you should offer a short, concise summary of the main points to be raised. Introductions go wrong when students go into too much detail, and then repeat their arguments in the main body of the text.
Showing confidence in yourself and your decisions will also show to others that you know what you are doing. Forgive yourself for talking, without thinking twice.
Forgive yourself for being rude to your superiors, your friends, your parents, or your siblings.
Do you look at everything as a glass half full or a glass half empty? When it comes to being happy, it is vital that you learn how to be yourself and to be more positive.
Everyone has something that they live for or that they love to do.
It’s better to say good things about yourself than to say negative things.
Always saying positive things about yourself is a sign that you have forgiven yourself.
I would suggest spending 5 -10 % of your allotted time on creating an introduction.5. In a conclusion you can weigh up the different arguments and decide which are the strongest and most relevant.
A conclusion should try to add something new, and not just repeat previous points. So many students will write 1 side and then stop, almost in mid sentence, because they think this means they have finished.