If there is any doubt, then it is worth it to leave. At this stage you will know that something in which there is no point can only harm. Sometimes it is better to write more concisely and concisely, because everything you write is so meaningful and new that you can exhaust your reader with bulky, bulky work. Use some techniques in writing work. Focus not only on the content, but also on the presentation. To begin with, do not burden the reader with major errors. Check grammar, spelling and punctuation. Competently written work will make the best impression and convince the reviewer that you have tried hard enough. Other important aspects include:
Use a formal business style of speech. Write complete sentences so that both a noun and a verb are present. Avoid abbreviations, because they are not allowed for academic work. Use phrases such as “due to the fact that”, “at such times”, “limited number” and so on, which give formality and length. Look at the list of phrases in the official business style that are considered “verbose” and can decorate your work. If you’re really desperate (and ready for the lowest grade), you can try writing dates with words (nineteen eighty-four, not 1984) and write the full name every time you mention someone (Homer Jay Simpson, instead of Mr. Simpson or simply Simpson). Replace regular everyday words with complex words that are more interesting and less commonly used. Such words will add accuracy to your work, which you need so quickly.
Words of Latin and Greek origin always sound more impressive and formal. They also help fill more space when you try to write as much as you can. Avoid repetition. If you discuss a dispute and often use the word “controversial”, you can replace it with the word “polemical.” And in general, when writing some work, keep a dictionary at hand. The terms used by the expert make your work cleaner and show the professor that you know what you are writing about. If necessary, write the definition of terms, because sometimes it is better to use an unfamiliar word than to translate it into everyday. Moreover, some scientific discoveries can be distorted when they are described in simple language, for example, in a journal. Make sure that the professor understands what you are writing about, but do not simplify everything, making the work less accurate.
Change the formatting. If your professor has given you a certain font size or something else (as is usually done), ignore the instructions. Your trick is likely to be noticed, and you will be punished for not following the rules. If your professor has set the number of pages, without mentioning the size and type of the font, the indents and the number of words, then you can beat these factors and make your work more spacious. For example, the Arial font takes up more space than the standard Times New Romans font. Font Comic Sans MS also takes up more space, but it looks unprofessional. Expand the margins from 1 “(2.5 cm), around the perimeter, to 1.10” if this is a 25 page job, it really helps.