There are plenty of tips online that cover how to write in the correct manner and how you should structure your assignment. Here are a few tips on the less intimate details of your assignment. These are the things you usually learn through years of assignment practice.
Your professor’s amendment notes are a great way to cheat
Get your assignment done long before the due date if your professor is the type that gives amendment notes. It means that you can mess up your first draft and then make it perfect on the second attempt. It saves you from writing about something in detail only to discover that it is not needed. It may simply be an easy way of helping you figure out which parts/points of/in your assignment should be there and which shouldn’t.
Get your order in to the company as early as possible
There are plenty of assignment help services and companies out there that will help you finish your assignment. However, many of them charge premium prices for shorter deadlines. That is why you should place your order as soon as possible so you may take advantage of their longer-deadline prices, which tend to be dramatically less than their normal/standard prices.
Start the same day you receive your instructions
The sad fact is that many students will put their assignment off until the last few days. A way to avoid this is to start the same day that you receive your instructions. In your mind, it turns the project into a task you need to finish instead of a task you need to start. Most people are more uncomfortable with unfinished tasks than ones they haven’t started yet. Starting it the same day will compel you to complete your assignment long before the deadline.
Write too much for your assignment
If your assignment features a writing project, then write too much for every point you make. Include facts and elements that you may have been compelled to leave out if you were worried about the word count. When you are finally finished, you should trim down your work to only include the good stuff you added. You will find that you leave in a lot of elements and facts that you may have otherwise removed. The trimming down process will also make your work far more concise.
Only proofread your final draft prior to handing it in
Before you hand in your work the first time, you need to proofread your work. Do not proofread as you write. The best writers will have a first draft full of spelling mistakes and grammatical errors. As you trim down your work, you may start proofreading. Proofreading and trying to make your text perfect while writing will slow you down to the point of being foolishly counterproductive. The only time you should stop writing a sentence and go back to change a word is if it is a correctly-spelled typo that your spelling and grammar checker will not pick up on. Ideally, you would pick up on it while you proofread at a later date, but correctly spelled typos are easily missed when proofreading.