As a university student, you are inevitably going to be asked to write an essay or two for class. This is especially true for English classes, but it can apply to any courses that you may take in higher institution.
There are tons of others out there to choose from, but those are the ones I find myself using most often.
You can test them out for yourself, and you will soon see how much easier they are to use than any other writing option.
2. Write Everything at Once
Rather than writing part of an essay, reading it, and editing it before you start on the next part, you need to get all of your thoughts out at once.
I am writing this entire article in one swoop, and then I will go back to checking for typos and what’s not when I’m done.
I’m about nine minutes into it now without stopping, and I know I would have spent twice that amount of time or longer if I had to stop to edit while I wrote.
If you get all of your thoughts out at once, you can allow your brain to pump out information like it would for a conversation. That is going to save you a ton of thinking time in the end, which is half the battle of writing essays.
3. Use Auto-correct
The auto-correct option on Microsoft Word can be your best friend when you want to save time in your writing.
It can correct typos that you make on a regular basis so you don’t have to worry about editing them every time.
You can either manually set your auto-correct options or you can right click on a red, misspelled word to set the options from there.
With the right amount of corrections built in, you can easily shave hours off your writing time in the future. Explore your computer thoroughly and learn how to use it to your advantage. You’ll have a much easier time writing that way in the future