|Damn! Wrong word again:(|
Using a survey I created on survey monkey, I had determined that my peers saw a huge difference between their ability to write when they were in high school compared to college. They said this because they are able to select their own topic. Most of those who did the survey went to catholic school as well. Most of the assignments that were assigned in high school usually related to religion and the churches beliefs. In college their is an escape from that and they are more than likely going to choose their topic off of something that they enjoy and like. I think everyone was excited to take the next step in their lives and get away from the so called hell of catholic school.
Students who choose their own topic are more than likely going to have an increased interest in what they are talking about. Making the finished product more than likely detailed and extensive with real world evidence or interest in what they are writing about (University of Buffalo). When people go to college they are more than likely going for a job that they want to do for the rest of their lives. When they attend classes that relate to their major and what they want to learn a better result is more than likely going to arise from the final product of their topic that they choose. Interest is key.
|Crappy papers are the end of my grade.|
Choosing your own topic is key to being a successful college writer and if you are willing to take the time and find a topic that best relates to you, the final product is more than likely going to be great. When people are researching something they like and enjoy, they are more than likely going to be able to focus on what they are researching. Once that topic and requirements are fulfilled you can lay back take a break and breathe. Maybe go to the weekend party and get yourself an ice cold bottle of water there to take a load off.