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Welcome to How to Write Essays and Assignments. We’re pleased that you’ve chosen this book and we hope it will help you with all your academic writing tasks. Our aim has been to provide practical tips to guide you from planning to submission, with help along the way on topics like punctuation, spelling and grammar, so that your work is well developed and meets assessment criteria. We hope the tips we have collated will help you tackle essays and assignments with confidence and produce better results. We’ve tried to remain faithful to the philosophy of our earlier book, The Smarter Student, by creating a quickly accessible resource that you can dip into in time of need. We hope that it will meet your personal needs – regardless of your experience and background.

We would like to offer sincere thanks to many people who have influenced us and contributed to the development and production of this book. Countless students over the years have helped us to test our ideas, especially those whose written work we have commented upon, supervised and assessed. We are grateful to the following colleagues and collaborators who have helped us directly or indirectly: Margaret Adamson, Michael Allardice, John Berridge, Richard Campbell, Margaret Forrest, the late Neil Glen, Anne-Marie Greenhill, Jane Illés, Fiona O’Donnell, Richard Parsons, Mhairi Robb, Anne Scott, Dorothy Smith, Amanda Whitehead and David Wishart. Also, we acknowledge those at other universities who have helped frame our thoughts, particularly our good friends Rob Reed, Nicki Hedge and Esther Daborn. We owe a special debt to the senior colleagues who encouraged various projects that contributed to this book, and who allowed us the freedom to pursue this avenue of scholarship, especially Robin Adamson, Chris Carter, Ian Francis, Rod Herbert and David Swinfen. At Pearson Education, we have had excellent advice and support from Steve Temblett, Georgina Clark-Mazo and Joan Dale Lace. Finally, we would like to say thanks to our long-suffering but nevertheless enthusiastic families: Derek, Keith and Fiona; and Mary, Paul and James, all of whom helped in various capacities.
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