In the previous article we covered the basics that are needed for the preparation of the introductory essay. Without this basis no written work can be regarded as qualitative. However, there are other mandatory points that must be remembered.
In addition to the story about your personal qualities and why you intend to do take this place, you should briefly describe the future perspectives. Write about what you’re intended to do after taking this place is: maybe, to devote yourself to scientific researches, or enhance your knowledge of the language (when it comes to the university) or make the restructuring of the department (if it comes to work). Don’t share your plans for more than two sentences; it’s better to talk about them during an interview. Though not mentioning them would be a mistake, too. Description of perspectives is done in body of essay.
And now the last part remains – the conclusion. In conclusion of such an essay there should be a brief summary of the previous text. For example, write that you see yourself in the place of the candidate. Or that you understand that not all 100% positions are matched, but you’re learning on the fly and soon will to meet the expectations of the university or employer.
Many writers save up the brightest idea for a conclusion. This is both correct and wrong. Psychologists say that the person reads (and sometimes re-reads) the first and last paragraphs of text with utmost care, and hence they should contain the most vivid details. On the other hand, it’s better to catch reader’s thought in the introduction, leaving the conclusion to draw some review.
After the essay, in your opinion, will be ready, give it to proofreading. Sometimes eyes tired after writing don’t see simple errors. Let one that is t authority to you to read the work and make an opinion. You might have something to modify or change a couple of speech tokens in the text. But this half-hour, which you then spend on completion, will cost a lot. If we talk about educational institutions, remember that the selection committee annually reads hundreds of essays and therefore quickly see the gritty language, which can be interpreted as an inability to get out a message.That's interesting: