In school, it is also possible that your lecturer may ask you to write an essay within the lesson. Given that the lesson may be just about forty minutes or less, you will need to think quickly of a story that relates with the topic you have been told to write about. As such, you must have the capacity to think creatively in a short time. You can achieve this by spending quality time in your library and reading stories that help expand your mind. After you have come up with a relevant story, start writing immediately because you may not have the luxury of time.
Make sure that your essay is flowing from one paragraph to another. Make sure you are not writing outside the topic, and make your story as interesting as possible. Considering that time is a factor, choose something that fits into the duration you have, so that time does not end before you have finished writing. After you have finished writing, make sure you have enough time to go through the paper and correct all possible mistakes you might have made when writing. Because of time, it is likely that you might try to rush, hence making many mistakes that must be corrected before the paper is turned in.
It is also important that while proofreading the essay for mistakes, you read through the whole paper to make sure that everything is in place. Any parts that are missing can be inserted, that is why you will need to write your paper with a pencil so that you can rub and rewrite. Using a ball pen will serve to your disadvantage because you cannot rub anything. After you have made sure that the essay is good enough, you can turn it in.