Is it possible to write a 3600 word essay in two days?Watch
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Good luck nonetheless
Thanks for all the advice everyone, some really helpful tips. I really appreciate it!
Data collection took an hour, data analysis took longer than the actual writing, but was still done within a day.
I finished two 2000 word essays in 24 hours a couple of months ago, having only done a little of the research. It was careless of me to leave both until the last minute, we'd had a couple of months to do them, but I had all but passed the modules by that point. I got over 60% for them in the end, which if anything was pretty encouraging considering how little time went into them.
I've done the majority of the research and devised an essay plan, although it's not very detailed.
I'd advise not leaving it till 10 hours before though get writing it now, about 300 words in you'll be in a real writing mode ready to bash out some work. When that writing mode begins to peter out maybe take a break and finish the rest off afterwards.
In theory, you could have it done within the hour if you've done the research and you know what you want to do. When I was in university I once did a 15k paper in about two days, though I wouldn't recommend it.
Now in 2-3 hours? Sure very possible...loads of people do that sort of **** on the regular I'm sure (I have as well). Its much easier to do 15k in two days (lets say you need to sleep 12 of those hours, leaving you 36 hours or so...which would translate to doing ~417 words an hour instead of 3600 words on hour lol). Still though 15k in two days to a decent standard is a LOT of work though.
But yeah 3600 words in 2 days? That's super easy and I don't know why anyone would ever stress over that...