14 Memes That Sum Up The Essay Writing Process Perfectly

We all know how painful the process of writing an essay is. From getting the assignment, to the initial ignorance, to the research, to the rallying, to the despair and finally to the hand in, we’ve all been there. Whether you are ultra-prepared and write an essay well before the deadline, or start the night before its due, you will still go through the same, difficult process! In this article, we take a look at some memes that sum up essays perfectly!

 

1. THE STRUGGLE

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Writing an essay is a struggle from the very start. Even writing just the title and your name can bring on something near-resembling a coronary.

 

2. STILL STRUGGLING…

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The struggle continues. After staring at a blank Word document for hours, you realise that this essay won’t be writing itself. But, as this meme shows, at least you have made the title look nice.

 

 

3. LOSING DIRECTION

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A common problem – losing the direction of your arguments early on. What exactly did go through your mind?!

 

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4. WRITING BIG WORDS

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‘Thus’, ‘furthermore’ and other impressive words have got to be worth extra marks – right?! Even if you know they aren’t, you are still happy of yourself for putting them in.

 

 

5. SELF-MOTIVATION

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A common theme throughout a long-drawn essay process is needing to keep yourself motivated. Just keep on going… you’ll get there eventually!

 

 

6. THINKING ABOUT LIFE

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As your mind wanders, it is only natural to debate some of life’s big questions in your mind. What is the meaning of life? Can you cry underwater? How come you are told you can’t write an essay in a night, yet you are expected to do so in an hour under exam conditions? We’ll never know.

 

 

7. PROCRASTINATION

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Procrastination is common throughout University. As the chart above depicts, a lot of your time is spent on Facebook, YouTube and the like. Only a little bit of your time is spent actually writing the darn thing.

 

 

8. TRYING TO HIT THE WORD COUNT

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You find that you are repeating your previous arguments – just to get to the word count.

 

 

9. ESSAY OR DIATRIBE?

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It can be tempting to turn your essay into a diatribe, and send a message to your lecturer. Self-hatred fuelled… sounds good!

 

 

10. DEFIANCE

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Never write off a student with determination! Sure, maybe you can’t write an essay the night before it is due, but you certainly can write it on the due date.

 

 

11. THE MORNING AFTER

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They say sleep is important. It is funny what a few hours of sleep can do to your feelings towards your essay. At 2am, upon finishing the draft of your essay, it is easy to sit back and congratulate yourself. But when you read the document through the next morning, you realise all is not as it seems.

 

 

12. BEFORE VS. AFTER

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Essays play a big part in life. Your attitude before and after the completion of the essay could hardly be more different!

 


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13. THE END

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Eventually though, you get to hand in your essay, and you can let it escape your mind. Then you just have to wait and see what mark you received.

 

 

14. ONE WEEK LATER

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But, like everything else in life, the immense feeling of relief when finishing an essay is only a temporary reprieve. For around a week later, another essay will be set, and this harsh process will begin its cycle again!

 

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