Don't start with the introduction. While it may seem logical to start writing at the beginning, doing so can create unnecessary anxiety, Glancy says. In fact, she suggests writing the introduction last. The first sentence is probably the most important of the essay, so it makes sense to know exactly what you want to say throughout the essay, before writing the sentence that kicks it all off. "When you try to write an intro before you know what you're trying to say, it creates a lot of anxiety, and a block sometimes," Glancy says.
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