How To Write In College
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How To Write In College

Build your skill and confidence and get off to an A+ start in academic writing
4.3 (10 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
601 students enrolled
Created by Ebele Mogo
Last updated 10/2019
English [Auto]
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This course includes
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 1 article
  • 11 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Learn to write with focus
  • Learn to develop your idea and enrich your theme intelligently
  • Learn to organize your points with logically appropriate reasons and the proper use of transitions
  • Learn to adapt your voice and choose the right words to suit your audience
  • Build up rhythm and appropriate flow
  • Demonstrate superior proficiency in the mechanics of writing, sentence structure, formatting and other writing conventions to convey meaning saliently
  • A basic fluency in the English Language
  • Interest and dedication
  • A willingness to ask questions and receive feedback

          So many college students are sadly surprised by how different writing in college is from what they were used to in high school.By the time they learn the ropes it is already too late as it has cost them their GPA. That does not have to happen to you. 

          I want to help you get the competitive edge right from the beginning so that you can spend your time having fun instead of struggling to get your head above water in your classes. 

  I can assure you that this course will be worth the few coffees you have to ditch to join it. 

          Congrats to you for putting your future first! 

  Ebele Mogo 

Who this course is for:
  • High school students looking to excel in analytical essays
  • Employees and entrepreneurs looking to excel in proposal writing
  • University students needing better essay writing skills
  • Prospective candidates for standardized tests like the GRE, SAT, TOEFL, LSAT, MCAT, etc
Course content
Expand all 17 lectures 01:58:43
+ Introduction to analytical writing
4 lectures 25:53

Let's get you started on what this course is about and how it is going to change your career.

Preview 01:33
In this lecture we will address the expectations for analytical audience, key watch words that describe good analytical writing and how analytical writing is different from other forms of writing to enable you understand exactly what it entails
Preview 09:35
Tests, quizzes and examinations
In this lecture we cover how to write for an academic audience. This will help you understand what your professors will be looking for in judging your writing.
Writing for academia
+ Writing your analytical essay
5 lectures 26:03
We have to read well and in between the lines to write well. Here I will guide you on reading and researching for better writing.
How to read prompts / gather evidence for assignments
You have been given a topic to tackle. Now what? Where do you go from there? Let's explore that right here!
Beginning to write
Here we will discuss how to organize your writing. Good content is not enough, rather the way you structure your writing will affect the worth of your work. We will discuss this in detail with the aim of helping give your writing a good rhythm and good value to your audience.
Organizing your ideas

This is a sample essay outline. An outline makes your essay seem less daunting and helps you organize your thoughts. It does not have to be this organized. It could simply notes you have taken down on a piece of paper.

Using an outline to organize your thoughts and writing
2 pages
How do you read in between the lines and how does your work stand the critical eye of your audience? Find out here
Critical analysis
+ Technicalities arising: revising your draft
2 lectures 13:49
Here we discuss some common errors in analytical writing and how to prevent them.
Pitfalls and how to avoid them
Avoiding the deadly 'p' word that can cost you your career
Avoiding plagiarism
+ Examples of high scoring papers
4 lectures 00:00

Consider this a step by step guide. With annotations, I lead you through my paper and show you exactly how I wrote it so that you can do it too. Look for my comments at the very beginning of the paper and throughout the rest of the paper in red.

Step-by-step guide to writing a thorough paper
12 pages

This second paper will be best suited for a school assignment to help you understand referencing, language structure and how to build up and support your points.

Example of high scoring technical science essay
8 pages

This first paper is very creative and analytical and if you are doing a test like the GRE, IETS, SAT, TOEFL, GMAT, MCAT, LSAT it will be very useful.

Example of high scoring philosophy essay
14 pages

This is the finished paper from lecture 15 without any comments and annotations.

Finished paper without annotations
9 pages
+ Work with me one-on-one
2 lectures 07:58
One on One coaching
Let's go over everything one more time
5 questions
Last words from me to you