Good communication isn’t inherent

The Essay Whisperer says: Contrary to popular belief, we are not inherently good writers or communicators. We assume we are as for the whole of our lives we have talked or written to communicate our thoughts and ideas to others. However, written communication is a skill that takes a great deal of practice. From personal experience, my writing in my first year at uni was unequivocally terrible (and certainly embarrassing), but it steadily improved with each semester, from my undergrad, to my PhD, and beyond. Mine was a long and arduous process of trial and error, and I learned a great deal, albeit the hard way. But why don’t you save yourself some time and contact me today at brett.jenkins@iinet.net.au and fast track your written skills to get higher grades sooner, rather than later.

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