The perception that no part of the essay writing process can be "systematized" (i.e. repeated over and over again) is flawed. It overlooks the fact that the structure of virtually every type of essay follows the same format. American high school English classes focus almost exclusively on the content of an essay. Since each essay assignment deals with new subject matter students assume that all essays are different. They dont realize that "topic" is an irrelevant factor. There is very little discussion about the format of a properly structured essay.
Many folks would argue that writing an essay is not the same as building a car. An essay written by one individual will always differ from that of another. Conventional Wisdom says "Essays defy standardization so of course there is no way to make writing them easy." As a result students believe that they must start from scratch all over again on each new essay assignment. The prospect causes great consternation. "What will I write? Where will I begin? If only there were some kind of essay writing system.
Many students who dont have trouble expressing themselves aloud freeze when it comes to writing an essay and as a result their writing appears tentative and unnatural. The ability to write in a natural confident "voice" is one of the most important skills that you can develop as a student and one which will pay huge dividends throughout your academic career and beyond. A good Essay Writing Coach can help you develop a comfortable consistent and natural writing style or "voice" which can be applied to any topic or subject matter. Just as in life a confident writing style can go a long way towards achieving success.