Category Archives: Writing Tips


Nobody is born a writer. Even the greatest writers start out small, reading, making diaries and journals. As one finds his strengths and passion, he became aware of the things he does best and those hobbies that give delight in Read more…


Every student/researcher needs to write a term paper or research article for their studies or projects. Although it is a time requiring and effort based work, but with only a practice of few points, one can master it. Choose Topic. Read more…


Grammar proofreading is something that most of us neglect to do when we have University term papers to write. The majority of students perform essay proofreading in the last twelve hours before their paper is due to be turned in. Read more…


Abstract is the summing up of a postulation which is extremely short as it were the presentation or delineation ought to be right, exact and clear however entire. It tells the perusers the brief outline of an exploration article, proposal, Read more…


Read Often. Write Often. Repeat. “If you don’t have time to read, you don’t have the time (or the tools) to write. Simple as that.” – Stephen King The two obvious ways to become a better writer are: read and Read more…


Here are 10 quick punctuation tips: (1) Spacing After Punctuation: One (1) space only is required after every punctuation mark (period, exclamation mark, question mark, colon, semicolon, commas, etc.), including bullets and numbers. (2) Never use Excessive Punctuation!!!!! This will Read more…


Being a ‘regular customer’ to your project supervisor is something now common among many Nigerian final year students. Believe it or leave it! Some students can meet their project supervisors up to 15 times before they scale through chapter one. Read more…


This post originally appeared at LinkedIn. We’re all tempted to use words that we’re not too familiar with. If this were the only problem, I wouldn’t have much to write about. That’s because we’re cautious with words we’re unsure of Read more…


Just got a difficult project supervisor? As in, sometimes he yell at you on the phone? 🙁 Other times he ignores you, makes you feel worthless, and threatens to nullify your research? 😮 It’s like he is becoming the enemy Read more…


One of the toughest areas that writers have a hard time with is punctuation. Most people assume that the recipient of your message will understand what you’re saying based off of context clues. In this article, I point out five Read more…


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