For a clear, simple and easy-to-understand pocket grammar book, John Seely’s Oxford A-Z of Grammar and Punctuation is extremely helpful.
Whether you are writing a professional piece, a school paper or a fun personal letter to a friend, this book will give you straightforward advice – and it’s small enough to easily fit in your rucksack!
Many exercises are included that you can try, which is perfect for self-study in your own time. Do you need to write a personal statement (check out our personal statement guide here)?
Writing your application to enter the school you’re dreaming of may be making you feel very anxious, but college counsellor Ethan Sawyer has written a fantastic guide to help you through it.
Writing for academic and work purposes is a developing skill, and most of all, a practical one. There is a particularly useful section on linking words and connectors. It is particularly useful for looking at the structure of paragraphs, essays and longer texts.
For this reason, it is not always easy to develop this skill just by writing on your own.
We understand how essay writing can feel very daunting at first.
It can take time to research, understand the material, plan what you want to write and have the creativity and confidence to produce the work.
Do you know what you want to be or do in the future? If you want to produce good essay writing, you need your English Grammar to be clear and correct.
College Essay Essentials has lots of essay writing tips, tricks, exercises and real-life examples to reassure you. At Summer Boarding Courses, we understand that English Grammar can sometimes be very confusing and unintuitive.