8. Making a Final Draft
After revising you need to take into account all of the comments made by yourself or outside help. After changing your previous draft, you should save your changes and put your essay aside. Since reading it over and over again can give you a different perspective of the essay, you should put it aside and do something else (a different homework, assignment, or any other activity). After some time, once you have a fresh perspective re-read your essay and make sure you still like it. If you do, you should then ask another person, someone who hasn’t read the essay before, to get their new and fresh perspective.
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