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What is the structure of a college essay?

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What are the structural parts of an argumentative college essay? Are there many of them or there is only one basic structure?
asked Jul 17, 2013 in college essay by guest

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The basic structure of a college essay (argumentative):

1. Conclusion with thesis statement (your key argument)

2. Body with paragraphs devoted to your arguments supporting your idea

3. Opposing argument and refutation of that point (why it is wrong)

4. Conclusion summarizing your key arguments.

The structure of a college application essay is rather different. The key point is to follow the requirements, among which word count is of critical importance.
answered Jul 17, 2013 by lauren