Aim to improve the overall quality and effectiveness of the work.
Even the best academic writers will make the occasional mistake, which is why it’s important you take editing and proofreading the final version of your assignment very seriously.
Finalists were: The Laws of Life Essay Contest, created in 1987 by Sir John Templeton, inspires young people of all backgrounds and abilities to focus on their values and principles by challenging students to discover through reflection and writing the principles, people, and experiences that have helped to shape their life.
The contest offers students the opportunity to take a stand for what they believe in.
The Ohio Laws of Life contest began in 2001 and is supported by The John Templeton Foundation, Honda of America Manufacturing, Inc., Wendy’s, The Walker Family, and the English Family Foundation.
The Central Ohio Better Business Bureau Center for Character Ethics coordinates judging of the contest and sponsors the awards banquet and prizes.
The full list of winners can be seen on the contest’s Facebook page.
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This will make it easier to spot errors as the student reads through their work.
The student may also want to ask a teacher or friend for help so that they can catch every error that occurs in their writing.