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Synthesis essays are written in a methodical way; with special emphasis on resources. You need to adjudge the potency and caliber of the topic by referring to different sources and finding converging points.

  • Mixing different perspectives
  • You require to be clear while synthesizing different perspectives and carving your own. It should not come across as a mix of disparate issues; there should be integral relation between elements. You need to blend relevant themes from a cross-section so that your work appears authoritative.

  • The thesis statement
  • You should also cultivate a thesis statement; a complete sentence that defines the essay in a significant manner. It should also appear like a probing question which the piece should work forth to answer in its eventual lines.

  • Gain information
  • Before you filter and scour different sources, you should place other rendezvous to attain maximum information about the topic. It is better to choose such a topic that you are already well-conversant of. This makes the absorption of different sentiments a lot more convenient.

  • Thinking of analogies
  • You should think of analogies to support your essay. This also brings the element of illumination to your piece and raises curiosity among readers naturally. Introduction of wit never harmed anybody!

  • Firm proofreading
  • Before you submit your piece, go through it with a toothcomb to ensure you have not left any loose ends. The point is not to raise controversies or conflicts of emotions, especially while traversing a sensitive topic.

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