Translate to English Translate to Spanish Translate to French Translate to German Translate to Italian Translate to Russian Translate to Chinese Translate to Japanese

Rating: 2.8/5 (136 votos)

Schaum's Quick Guide to Writing Great Essays


The Fastest, Easiest Way to Learn: Schaum's Quick Guides


These concise, quick reference guides are perfect for business people, writers, and students at all levels. Written by top experts, they offer readers the easiest, most efficient strategies to master or learn a new skill. All Schaum's Quick Guides include do's and don'ts for avoiding common errors, handy checklists, and practice exercises for building skills quickly.


From the Back Cover

Great Essays...The Schaum's Way.


Write the kinds of essays that will help you succeed in college and the professional world. Quickly and simply, this guide gives you clear, concise explanations­­illustrated by dozens of examples­­that show you how to:


Choose a topic, state a thesis, and construct arguments that work

Overcome typical writing obstacles

Do effective research

Learn by example, from successful sample topics, questions, and thesis statements

Look to Schaum's Quick Guides for:


Step-by-step guidance to help you move quickly through the essentials

Dos and don'ts for avoiding common errors clear explanations and practice exercises

Checklists and exercises for skill-building

If you want to master essay writing, this compact, right-to-the-point Schaum's Quick Guide is your most powerful tool!


"...A welcome addition to the library of helpful reference material for written English...It is astounding that so many college graduates have completed their courses of study without having been exposed to the fundamentals of academic essay writing. Schaum's Quick Guide to Writing Great Essays manages to give serious exposure to those fundamentals in a way that is effective, extensive and easy to swallow."­­James A. Thomas, Dean of Admissions, Yale Law School


"This is just the sort of practical information that every beginning history student needs to know but which, somehow, no one ever bothers to tell them...It is written at just the right level for college freshmen and sophomores, and I think they will be taken (as I was) by your many well chosen examples."­­Mark A. Kishlansky, Frank B. Baird Jr. Professor of English and European History, Harvard University



Click here to download