So write down your main ideas, it will be much easier to write an essay after you do it. You get frustrated because when you read your essay, it doesn’t sound the way you wanted. But all the great writers had their first drafts too!
Don’t worry about the quality of your rough draft, revise it and you’ll see how it starts to sound much better.
So it’s understandable that they hate the whole process of staring at the blank sheet of paper.
They start to procrastinate and end up writing their assignment two hours before the deadline.
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Many people hate to write, because they’re not particularly good at it.
It takes them a lot of time to write even one paragraph.
A couple things that have helped me through the past ~5 years of grad work: I also tend to be distracted easily. Why professors think they don't need to teach their students manuscript writing is beyond me.
One final trick I've found is to commit to doing 5 minutes of work. After working for a bit, you'll take a look at the clock and find you've been working for an hour. And the worst supervisors are the ones that won't give you feedback until you've written a full draft.