A good introduction is fundamental since it will engage the reader and provide them with a brief insight of what the main body of the essay (the bulk of the essay) comprises of.
Unlike in France where the conclusion is nonexistent, in England it is a very important element of the essay.
By now you should know what kind of essay you prefer writing so choose carefully.
Keep it fairly brief; get down to the business of the essay quickly including presenting the structure to come. Your points MUST be supported by relevant facts, so do your research throughout the academic year and record all statistics per subject matter: sant, environnement, etc. If your essay is too long, it could cut out your conclusion and therefore lose you marks.
Whilst this may seem like a Herculean task it is nonetheless easier to achieve than it may seem.
When writing the essay, in order to perfect it, one must draft, redraft and redraft again. If you do not cite sources properly then this may be regarded as plagiarism. Law Schools take this matter very seriously since plagiarism is considered to be cheating.
To produce good quality essays in French it is important not to think it out in English and try to translate it. Use the new words you have learnt as much as possible.
Learn phrases, clauses and sentences that will be useful in an essay. There is usually a journalistic style essay in the creative section you will probably use third person singular and plural a lot in this type of writing so make sure you have revised your verbs thoroughly!
A logical and well-supported essay is pivotal in order to attain good marks.
Indubitably, the French méthodologie en deux parties is a stark contrast to what the English have in mind when writing a legal essay.