It's important to limit the time you spend on this, as it is easy to get distracted when Google presents you with copious amounts of irrelevant information.
But you'll find your essay easy to write if you're armed with lots of relevant info, so don't scrimp on it either.
Time management is pretty important when you have 24 hours before a deadline.
Assign yourself chunks of time to reach certain milestones, as this breaks down the big daunting task and provides extra motivation every time you tick off one of the relatively easy mini-tasks.
Let's say it's 9am and your essay is due in first thing tomorrow morning.
If you're wondering how to write essays faster, here's a feasible 14 hour timeline that you can follow (remember this is just a brief summary of each stage – we go into more detail below!
What's more, questions that easy at first glance are often the hardest of all.
The very fact that they're short and worded in a very straightforward way means you're probably expected to construct a much more original and complex essay to respond to it.
Create a mini-outline in your introduction so you signpost exactly what it is you're planning to argue.
And don't use the introduction as a space to throw in random references to things that are vaguely relevant, especially if you're just doing it to hit the minimum number of references required. Time: am – 1pm Now it's time to gather the all-important information and quotes to support your arguments.