What is the best way to do a project?

by Le Minh Hoang
(Vietnam)

Original Text: What is the best way to do a project?


Some students often manage to finish their projects by solving all of them at once. In my opinion, however, it would be better for students to do another project after finishing the first one.

First, spending time to concentrate fully on one project can help you save time, in fact. It is a waste of time to focus on many topics. It’s is wiser to put first thing first. Last year, I have to complete two term papers. I decided to spend more time dealing with the difficult one and just started to do another after I had revised carefully the first papers. Thanks to the right strategy, I could finish both papers before deadline. Therefore, it was concentrate only to one project help me save valuable time.

In addition, student can avoid mistake if they just focus on one project at a time. This means they can spare some time to do it carefully then check again. It was because of dealing with several projects at the same time distract our attention from more matters, we can forget cite the source, giving examples or sentences grammatically incorrect. As a result, we may complete it on time but it still have imperfections. By focusing only on the projects at a time, students should avoid making mistakes.

Finally, it is possible that students can have higher mark in case they slove one project at once. Students made get good grade, which they can do by conducting research carefully, spending time writing reports without any grammatically mistakes, and so on. Personally, while my friends were very busy with many research and surveys for many topic, I realize that focusing only on one topic could help save time and efforts. It indicates a sharp distinctions in grade between those who try to solve many projects as possible and those who just deal with one.

In conclusion, I really believe student must focus on doing one project at once because it save time and efforts. By doing so, students can avoid making mistake and can get high grade. This is why I support focusing only on one project at a time.

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Revised Text:

Some students manage to finish their projects by working on them all at once. In my opinion, however, it would be better for students to begin another project only after finishing the first one.

First, concentrating fully on one project can help you save time, in fact. It is a waste of time to focus on too many topics. It’s wiser to put first things first. Last year, I had to complete two term papers. I decided to spend more time dealing with the difficult one and only started to do the second after I had carefully revised the first paper. Thanks to the right strategy, I could finish both papers before the deadline. It was by concentrating only on one project that helped me save valuable time.

In addition, students can avoid mistakes if they just focus on one project at a time. This means they can have enough time to do it carefully then check it again. Dealing with several projects at the same time distracts our attention from important matters. We can forget to cite the sources, give examples, or write sentences grammatically incorrect. As a result, we may finish on time, but still have imperfections. By focusing only one project at a time, students can avoid making mistakes.

Finally, it is possible that students can get higher marks if they work on only one project at a time. Students get good grades by conducting research carefully, spending time writing reports without any grammatically mistakes, and so on. While my friends were very busy with much research and surveys for many topics, I realized that focusing on only one topic could help save time and effort. There is a sharp distinction in grades between those who try to work on too many projects at once and those who just deal with one.

In conclusion, I really believe students must focus on doing one project at a time because it saves time and effort. By doing so, students can avoid making mistakes and can get high grades. This is why I support focusing on only one project at a time.

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