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How To Analyze An Essay Question For Law Essay
Secret to the success of academic writing is the ability to come up with good essay; it will be useless if you don’t know what the instructor is asking you to do. No matter how good you are at essay writing if you don’t understand what the requirement of the essay question you can are do nothing about it. An essay question determines the nature of the essay, such as; business, administrative, criminal, contract law essay. So, it is of utmost importance that the student clearly understands what the law essay writing question all about is.

        How to analyze the essay question for law essays

Most of the time the instructors twist essay question to confuse students and because they want to see the analyzing skills of the students, therefore, it is advisable that you read the essay question of law essay again and again to make sure you have go the main idea of the question and take as much time as you want to understand what the instructor is asking you to do, there are two possible ways for this.
 
        There are Two Possible Ways for Analyzing Law Essays

The subject matter:

What is the problem in the essay question? What is the instructor asking you to do? Subject matter is basically the backbone of your law essay, the main question in the statement.

The directions:

As you know the subject matter, trace out what the instructor is asking you to do with the subject matter and thesis instructions are divided into two categories:

Descriptive directions:

Descriptive directions are used when the instructor want you to write the law essay in your own words. In order to find out if the essay question is descriptive in nature, see if there are words used like “define” or “outline”

Analytical directions

Analytical direction would require you to write a law essay that would be analytical in nature; the recognizable words would be “Discuss” or “Criticize”.

Example law essay question:

“The reclaims made for the legal profession by court and Legal Services Act 1990 was a non-event”. Discuss

Subject matter in law essay question:

Here, the whole sentence is the subject matter where you have been told that the reforms made for the legal profession was a non event, they have told you the subject matter, in order to write law essay on this essay question you need to know what the act of 1990 was all about.

Directions in law essay question:

The word discuss is pointing towards the analytical directions where you have to analyze the law essay, analyze the reforms made according to the legal services act 1990 was a non event, basically you have to prove here that the statement in the essay question is true.

Therefore, you cannot write a perfect law essays without developing the analyzing skills so that you can understand what the big picture is and what is the instructor expecting from you. So, give a lot of time in reading your law essay questions before writing law essay.


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