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    Tell me the truth, is it possibly to write a 3000 word essay by 9am tomorrow? I have just under 12 hours and I need to make sure it at least makes sense and is of standard quality.

    Now, I don't doubt myself but 3000 seems a little too much.

    Is it do-able? Plus, I need advice for some energy drinks!
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    Here's an intensely crazy idea, how about you get off TSR and start it? :wink:

    Energy drink-wise, try brain juice.

    Diet coke with plenty of instant coffee mixed in :yep:
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    It is perfectly possible. I've written 3000 words in around 4 hours before. But then again, I had all the information I needed and was on a huge roll. Like, the biggest roll of my life.
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    yeh it's possible. I write on average 1667 words in about an hour and a half, if I'm just writing the first thing that comes into my head.
    So I'm thinking, based on that, I could likely do 3000 words of not-terribly-well-thought-out writing in 3 hours, so maybe double that to actually make it presentable. Yeh, 6 hours should do you I guess if you can type quickly.


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