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If you have a list of questions of titles to choose from, this does make your life somewhat easier, although it is more restricted. Read through the list and put a mark by any that immediately jump out to you (or alternatively, mark those which you are certain that you don't want to answer). Then have another read through your list of 'possibles' and try and narrow them down further. If you are struggling to choose one question, then it may be helpful to look back over your lecture notes and do a little reading and research into each question to see which you will find easiest and most interesting to write about. If you are free to set your own question, be careful not to fall into the trap of making the question too broad - setting a narrow topic and examining it in great depth is much more likely to earn you good marks.
Once your question is set, it is time to start some more in-depth reading and researching. A custom writing service can be useful to you at this point, as long as it is used in the right way. What you must avoid at all costs is taking an essay that you purchase online and either passing it off as your own work, copying whole sections of it, or simply rewording the piece.
Online essay writing services are there to help, but not to do all of the work for you. Remember that you are allowed to quote directly from any sources you choose, as long as you reference them properly - however, do not forget that if you paraphrase something, you are also required to reference. This is something that many students forget.
You should also try to avoid using a custom writing website as you main source of research. They can certainly be highly useful, but try to use as wide a range of both primary and secondary sources as possible. The more academic the source, the better. Anything you use directly will need to be referenced, while anything that you read as part of your research but don't actually use as part of your essay can be included in a separate bibliography. It's also important that your main arguments are all ideas that you have come up with by yourself - and you should use supporting quotations just to back them up. You should certainly never start a paragraph with something an expert has, and base your paragraph around this. Take full charge of your paper - use a confident tone, present your findings as facts that you can support (don't tell the reader 'I think...'), and then use your sources to support your arguments. The marker cannot believe in your arguments if you don't appear to do so yourself!
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