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In fact, analytical essays are usually composed by someone who has tried writing an analytical essay many times in an attempt to hone their ability to formulate the most original argument possible in their essay.

In fact, analytical essays are usually composed by someone who has tried writing an analytical essay many times in an attempt to hone their ability to formulate the most original argument possible in their essay.
In the following table we’ve listed some useful analytical essay example pieces that can help you develop your analytic skills and make your writing more professional.
How to Analyze Analytical Essay Examples
1. Take a look at the academic paper you have on your desk and let it guide how it looks, and in what order. The first thing you should do is to compare your manuscript with an academic paper that has been previously published. This can not only help you analyze the writing, and possibly revise it, it can also give you some ideas about the topic you are studying.
2. Next, take your text and reevaluate the different parts with a critical eye. Do not go with what you feel comfortable with, and reexamine how these paragraphs have been conceived, and especially what the author was trying to achieve. Take notes on the key themes your author is trying to achieve with the text. Do you see similarities in the ideas or the content? Do you recognize problems in it?
3. Try writing an analytical essay about a different topic of study than you have already read. For example, you might create a critical analysis about the role of technology in today’s society. The next time your teacher asks, “which subject do you study?”, reply by saying: “I studied philosophy and political science, so I think I am quite suited for this one and this subject as well.”
4. Look through the list of analytical essay examples by selecting the one you feel is worthy of your time, and choose a suitable topic to analyze. There are many options to choose from when you analyse analytical essays:
• History and Political Thought
• Philosophy
• Economics
• Sociology
• Law
• Sociology and Legal Science
• Economics and Business
• Biology
• Chemistry
• Physics and Science
• Computer Science
• Education
• Political Science
Each of these academic essay examples can be a useful learning tool. We hope this article has helped you in your analysis of academic paper examples.
We would love to keep in touch with you on this subject, please send us an email if you have any questions about these analytical essay examples.
Author Bio: Dr. Sianna O’Brien is the Founder and President of Geminis, Co-founder of International Business Analytics and author of the best selling book, How to Analyze Analytical Essays, a popular self-study kit.
Image Credit: flickr.comS. 551 (113th) was a bill in the United States Congress.
A bill must be passed by both the House and Senate in identical form and then be signed by the President to become law.
This bill was introduced in the 113th Congress, which met from Jan 3, 2013 to Jan 2, 2015. Legislation not enacted by the end of a Congress is cleared from the books.
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