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Structuring Your Writing
Once you've decided on your sections and sub-sections, it's important to make sure your work flows from one section to the next, which will make it easier to read. You could write the highest quality of work that has ever been produced, but if it's not structured properly the message you're trying to convey could be lost completely.
Two of the most common problems students encounter when they're writing are:
How you format your text also affects its 'readability', although you may have to conform to a specific formatting.
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