One of the reasons that teachers and instructors continue to assign essays is to challenge students to think their way through a sustained presentation or argument in a logical way. Learning how to "structure" an essay is one of the most important skills that you can acquire and also one of the most difficult. If you get your structure right your essay will almost write itself whereas if you get it wrong you are almost certain to struggle. Before you begin to "write" your essay your Essay Writing Coach can help you create a structure for your essay which is very much like having a road map before you embark upon a journey. Knowing your destination before you begin is one of the best ways to ensure that you will arrive there.
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.
Producing a successful essay can be one of the most arduous parts of the schooling process and yet the need to write an essay is everywhere: from English literature to economics to physics geography classical studies music and history. To succeed at high school and in tertiary study you must master essay writing.