Kirsten Scarborough ENGL-109 Professor Barnes Strengths and weaknesses as a writer There are numerous techniques each individual uses when composing any type of written assignment. To be successful while compiling a paper, it is vital to know one’s strengths and weaknesses, that way the paper can be developed more efficiently. Certain individuals may be strong in their vocabulary and wording, yet weak in the spelling of those words; while others produce solid research to back up the content of their topics, but are feeble when it comes to punctuation. Writing a paper may take one creator several days or even weeks to complete, while it may take another only several hours. Each writer’s work is unique in the sense of paper content and in the technique they use to complete their assignment; every writer has the potential to be successful, but they must first find their strengths and weaknesses. After taking several advanced placement and dual enrolled English courses, I have stumbled upon what I think I am and am not the best at, as far as writing goes. For the most part I tend to be strong in my research, once I know my topic I can become lost in a book or website, taking in as much information about a unfamiliar or distant topic as possible. I feel that I am also solid in the revising process; I am constantly rereading and tweaking bits here and there and never feel completely satisfied. Of course I have my weaknesses too, which include timed writings,
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