This time it is a finance “personal reflection essay” and I will provide you with the sources. You do not need to use the sources though, they will just help you think about what to write. Scroll down to find the essay Topic: ‘The Basics’ Topic description: As you’re trying Read more…
Reflective essays are based on your own experience. You should choose a topic for writing the essay and narrow it according to your own interests.
A reflective essay has a traditional structure:
- An introduction paragraph
- Body (or supporting) paragraphs
- A concluding paragraph
Your introduction should contain three sub-parts: a hook (something that attracts a reader’s attention), some background information, and a thesis statement (your point of view).
Body paragraphs are the biggest part of your essay. You may write as many supporting paragraphs as you want.
A conclusion paragraph is the last part of your reflective essay. Demonstrate your own point of view on the given topic one more time.
Do not be afraid to express some original (or even crazy) ideas on the topic. The more unpredictable thoughts you present, the more attractive your essay is to your potential readers.
Importantly, ensure the essay takes into account yourself, knowledge, and experience.