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Video segments covering each section of the CSS Essay exam in detail
Ample assignments for CSS Essay topics for aspirants to practice their concepts
Evaluation and feedback from mentors to help in improving answers
High Scoring CSS English Essay book to provide aspirants with additional learning material
The major benefits on offer for students enrolling in this course are as follows:
As a result of the above-mentioned benefits/features of our course, students get to challenge themselves and their knowledge of the subject, leading to mastery of subject. Upon successful completion of the course and by implementing its teachings, students will be able to craft the ideal essay for high scoring in the CSS Essay exam.
Muhammad Abrahim Shah secured 3rd position in CSS 2018 with a score of 60+ marks for the CSS English Essay. He completed his education from the United States and U.K, and along with being part of the Pakistan Administrative Service (PAS), which is one of the most desired departments within the Civil Services of Pakistan, he provides exclusive guidance to CSS aspirants.
The CSS essay exam is considered to be one of, if not the most difficult exam in the entire CSS examination process. Few students manage to pass it, and even fewer secure good marks in it. However, our course instructor, Mr. Abrahim Shah is one of those few individuals who performed exceptionally when it was their turn to attempt the essay exam, securing sixty one marks.
Through this lecture series, Mr. Shah will share his valuable tips and tricks with you on how to craft the perfect CSS essay. These tips will be beneficial specifically for candidates applying for CSS exams or even generally for any other exam that features an essay portion. Mr. Shah will be focusing on the following six aspects:
The overall structure of the essay has to be thought out first and foremost, before actually writing it. It is always advisable to brainstorm your approach at the end of the sheet, where you can choose what topic you can attempt best, what exactly is it that the examiner is asking in this topic, and think on how to attempt it. Once you’ve thought these things out, only then should you move forward.
Mr. Shah will offer tips on how best to plan the structure of the CSS essay to ensure the writing process is smooth, consistent, and well-directed.
The flow of the essay is of paramount importance. Adding unnecessary sentences and paragraphs or irrelevant examples etc. can offset the examiner’s reading process. Your essay should have a logical flow where each section serves a purpose and connects with the overall theme.
Mr. Shah’s advice will help students to develop a CSS essay that has perfect logical flow and gets the point across as effectively as possible.
The thesis statement is the heart of any essay. In it, you clearly and explicitly state your stance on the topic at hand, and the entire discussion ultimately stems and relates to this statement.
Mr. Shah will guide students on how best to brainstorm and construct the ideal thesis statement, its placement and its wording etc.
The introductory paragraph carries significant worth. In it, the examiner gets to know about your understanding of the topic. Therefore, if you fail to understand the topic properly, the examiner will know this straight away. In addition, the introductory paragraph should be engaging and interesting so that it maintains the interest of the reader.
Mr. Shah will share his insight on how to craft a unique introduction for the CSS essay, which not only ensures that your understanding of the topic is portrayed correctly, but also adequately captures the attention of the reader.
The sentence structure in any essay makes sure that it is readable. If the sentences are too lengthy, the reader may fail to keep track of your argument. If they are too brief, the point may not be conveyed adequately.
The ideal paragraph has a mix of long and short sentences which help to get the point across in an effective manner. Mr. Shah will offer students tips on how to craft the perfect sentences and paragraphs for the CSS essay.
The outline is the skeleton of the CSS essay. It briefly expounds upon the themes and arguments you’ll be presenting in the essay, as well as the examples you’ll be using in favor of your arguments. Students often make the mistake of making their outlines too detailed which the examiners find difficult to read.
Mr. Shah’s advice will help students craft the ideal CSS essay outline with the right amount of detail, which will help the examiner get an appropriate idea of what to expect in the essay.
Now that you have a good idea of what to expect in this lecture series and how it will help you in acing your CSS essay exam, what are you waiting for? Enroll now make sure you ace the essay exam!