Remember that tension, like all techniques, is merely another tool for making your writing more vivid and interesting to read. However, if you do use it, you must make it clear to your readers that the events you are describing have some relation to your study topic. If not, they will be confused, will have to re_read to make sense of it and may end up feeling irritated enough to stop reading.
Here are five important tips to consider when composing your draft: _ Do not include information that does not support and complement your theme. _ Do not try to impress your reader with your vocabulary. _Do not launch into a lengthy discussion explaining your low GPA or test scores. Instead, try to focus on more positive experiences. _ Do not invent information, exaggerate, or make things up. _ Do not be afraid to start over if the draft you produce is not satisfactory.