How To Get An Example Of A Good Evaluation Essay
In all areas of study pupils will no doubt come across the ‘evaluation essay’. These can be on almost anything, from physics to English, from veterinary sciences to religious education. Since they are so popular, good examples are often needed by students for all subjects from all over the world. So how do you find one worth reading to give you an idea of how to write your own? The simple method is outlined below.
The internet is your friend!
The internet is a wonderful tool for finding essay examples on all sorts of topics. However, sometimes having so many choices is a bad thing: how do you choose the right one without wading through all 23 million results? The key things to bear in mind are as follows:
- Keep your search simple and accurate. Remember to use keywords (including the name of the sort of subject you wish to read about), but don’t overcomplicate the search.
- Remember that it is entirely possible that the exact subject you are writing about has not been studied before, so there is no example for it. That doesn’t matter: just find something similar! If you want an evaluation of Shakespeare’s Hamlet, search for others on his other tragedies, for example.
- You do not need to pay anything! There are plenty of free essays on the internet, some of which are better than the ones that require a payment.
How to tell a decent essay on the site
There are so many essays out there, and so many of them are 2,000 words or over. You don’t want to waste your time reading all 2,000 words just to realise that it wasn’t helpful to you. Here are some tips on how to tell a decent piece of writing without reading the whole thing:
- The best writers do not overcomplicate matters. If you see lots of complicated, technical vocabulary straight away for no real reason, it is very likely that the author is using these terms to make them seem clever. It does not mean the essay is any good; in 9/10 cases, it makes things worse!
- Clarity is critical, especially when evaluating subjects. You should be able to read just the introduction and know immediately what the argument is.
- If in doubt, read just the introduction and the conclusion: in an excellent essay, these should tell you everything you need to know! From there, you can always go back and read the rest in its entirety.