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Important Parts Of An Essay : SSC Descriptive

Important Parts of an essay

To write a scoring and convincing essay, it needs to be presented inside a well-structured piece of writing. How do you do this? The essay should be within the framework of a general structure of an essay:

Essays contain 3 main parts-

1. Introduction

2. Body

3. Conclusion


  • Every topic should be introduced properly. Slightly general, the introduction should define, explain or enlarge the topic. It should be a short paragraph leading to the further exposition of the topic in the body of the essay.
  • Must contain an attention grabber for the examiner or at least make the essay sound interesting and one may begin with “A quote” or “A fact” about the particular topic.
  • Ensure that the introduction moves from the general to the specific in regards to the topic.
  • Provides the examiner with a “road map” of the essay in a logical order.

Main Body: 

  • This is the most important aspect of the essay, the major thrust of the essay. It contains the main points or the explanation. 
  • All the major points should be put in separate paragraphs.
  • These should be linked logically, the first point leading to the second, the second to the third and so on.
  • Logical ordering of ideas. For example order of time, order of locations; top to bottom, least important to most important
  • Include suitable examples and evidence to support your argument and make sure each example is relevant to your particular topic.


  • Ideally, it should summarize the main points of the essay.
  • This section should wrap all of your arguments and points.
  • Should restate the main arguments in a simplified manner.
  • Ensure that the examiner is left with something to think about, particularly if it is an argumentative essay.

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