# The Academic Essay DG - How to plan draft write and revise

## Dr Derek Soles

Publisher: Studymates

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# Summary

`The academic essay is the mainstay of assessment from14 yrs onwards. Yet formal training in this complex area is rarely given and students waste tiume trying to get it right. This book is a step-by-step program that will  take the student by the hand and show  him/her the steps to produce a top class essay.`

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