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    I'm having the hardest time structuring my essays in History :/

    My coursework results came back the other day (I got a D) and my history teacher says my main problem is with structuring/organisation.

    I used to have this problem with other subjects (Psychology) but after being given a structure to use (Point, Evidence, Expand, Comment or whatever) my problem was fixed.

    Now I'm wondering if there's something similar for history?
    Or does anyone have any tips in general on how to write a good essay?
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    I'm having the hardest time structuring my essays in History :/

    My coursework results came back the other day (I got a D) and my history teacher says my main problem is with structuring/organisation.

    I used to have this problem with other subjects (Psychology) but after being given a structure to use (Point, Evidence, Expand, Comment or whatever) my problem was fixed.

    Now I'm wondering if there's something similar for history?
    Or does anyone have any tips in general on how to write a good essay?
    Point evidence expand works with all subjects.Although in history coursework its gona be a bit different since you have to get sources and review them.if ur quoting a speech, journal etc, the main focus is not the point but the quote so u basicaly explain and evaluate the quote more than ur point.its all about commenting on evidence
 
 
 
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