1. Know the Requirements
Before you start on a paper, first read the paper or project requirements really carefully. Clarify with the professor points you don’t understand. For example, if you want to choose a paper about ‘How early education helps grow a child’s IQ,’ ask if this topic is allowed. Further ask your professor or teacher’s assistance for their opinions about this topic. Then ask yourself, if this is a topic you are passionate or truly interested to write about.
2. Write on a Topic You’re Interested In
We sometimes ask others or professors about what we should write on to get some guidance (which is recommended), but the real strength of a paper is on one that you are truly interested to learn more about. Even if someone tells you that you should write about ‘How early education helps grow a child’s IQ” cause it’s easier to get a good grade on this topic, it doesn’t mean that you will enjoy it or get a good grade on it. On the other hand, if you write about a topic you want to learn more about, even if you didn’t get a good grade on it, you will still learn about something you care about. So have a balance between a topic you like and the grade you hope to get, but make sure the topic fulfills the project’s requirements.