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Wednesday, 26 October 2016

10 Writing Mistakes That Can Hurt Your MBA Dreams

Have you ever wondered why your friends get lower marks even when they work so hard to complete your assignments? If yes, you are not alone. Most students feel the same. The problem lies in the art of writing as much as it depends on the source of information used in the document.

You must pay attention to the technicalities involved in writing an essay, especially if you are a MBA student. It is most likely that you are overwhelmed by the loads of papers you have to complete by the end of the month and the bad news is that we all have only 24 hours per day.  Therefore, you must be particularly careful about concentrating on your assignments to the fullest so that simple mistakes do not cost you huge marks. Besides, developing excellent communication skills is an utmost necessity for management students, given that they will be spending their life communicating with their peers and juniors to complete any given task.

Here we will discuss the common mistakes that students make while writing an essay. You can learn from these flaws and avoid replicating them in your own MBA assignments

o   Inconsistency in tense
Often writers lose the sight of the outcome of the sentences they write. They may be so passionate about the topics that they neglect the flow of the tense used. Suppose you start your essay in simple present and end it in past participle, it will be hard for the professor to digest your sentiments. In order to score greater marks and improve your overall writing skills, make sure to use consistent tense throughout your document, especially if you are writing in an academic scenario. 

o   Lack of analysis
In many cases, students tend to provide a synopsis of each case study in order to provide debatable information on their topic, which is one of the main factors behind low scores. Synopsis is relevant when you are sending a proposal to your professor related to your assignments. When you have actually started working on your academic paper, analysing each case from tip to toe will be much effective than providing a general plot summary.

o   Not formatting the quotations
Do you know what professors hate while checking the assignments submitted by his students? It is the excessive usage of quotations or lack of the same. Moreover, your marks depend on how well you are able to present your document. Making the quotations stand out by using single space between each word inside the quotes and writing them in italics will do the job for you. And your readers will find it easy to read and find the difference between your own statements and the ones you have borrowed from others.

o   Using contractions
You must not use contractions like ‘don’t’, ‘can’t’, ‘won’t’ in a professional scenario. Instead, write the full forms with dignity. 

o   Lack of evidence
What can you expect from the professors if you submit an assignment that does not have enough corporate evidences to highlight your point? In an academic atmosphere, you have to rely on concrete documentation for proving your point of view. If you are preparing a case study of KFC’s operations in China, make sure to use charts and news stories that justify your argument.

o   Using passive voice
Writing in passive voice in academic assignments is an error worth avoiding. Passive voice often creates confusions in the mind of readers about who is performing what, which is not desirable from a management student.

o   Addressing the reader
Never address the reader while writing an essay. When you are working on your academic presentations, you are dealing with bigger problems involving corporations and institutions or even the economy. The topic may be of extreme importance to the citizens of your country but that does not give you the authority to write the content in a formal tone. Although you may like to grab the professor’s attention by involving him directly using terms like ‘you’, ‘your’ and so on, he will not hesitate to deduct valuable marks from your hard worked assignment.

o   Clichés
Now, you have to be serious about this one. Your term papers are not pieces of philosophy but examples of analytical explanation of any given corporate scenario. The reader would not expect you to throw cliché dialogues such as ‘life is a war where only the warriors survive’. Try to be specific in order to make your document understandable and relatable.

o   Writing a ‘personal’ introduction
You should never start your essays, theses or term papers using sentences like ‘In this essay of mine’ or ‘Here I will focus on’. Allot the introduction for explaining the summary of the topic you have worked on. Your professor already knows that you have written the assignment. They can see your name on the cover. So do not waste yours and your professor’s time by using unnecessary self-centric sentences.

o   Writing on a broad topic
This one is the most common mistake found in management projects across different streams. Many students aim to assess a bigger problem, which often proves to be of broader aspects. As a result, it distracts the writer from the original topic he planned to write on and thus, the academic paper does not get its desired shape. If a certain topic is broad, for example; the effects of World War on global business scenario, figure out how you can be more specifically concentrated on a single field. ‘The effects of world war on the American manufacturing industry’ can do the trick for you. 

Good essay writers are not the one who opt for perfection, but those who make mistakes only to learn from them. As they say, there is no failure at all; it is only success and lessons learned. Grab your pen to overcome your obstacles. Let this guide help you to achieve your MBA dreams.