When someone reads your paper, do they find that it flows well and is easy and enjoyable to read? When you read your own work, does it strike you as well written? If you’re willing to be honestly critical with yourself and determined to improve your own style, you may benefit from some of these style tips that can play a part in improving your writing in general.
It’s important to keep your overall theme in mind while you write. Sometimes essays have a tendency to go off at a tangent about something unrelated to your subject. To prevent this from happening, you should keep a piece of paper or notebook beside you which has your main theme, and at least five sub points that relate to that theme. When your paper is being read, the reader should recognize your theme in every sentence. The general follow-through of each paragraph should be dedicated to the main point you’re trying to convey or prove.