When creating your arguments, keep in mind that good arguments are meant to respond to specific situations. An argument that doesn’t address any real concern isn’t worth your time. No reader will be interested in the matter.
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One of the big picture things you should pay attention to when editing is the logic and reasoning surrounding your argument. If that isn’t up to par, after all, then all the work you’ve done on your piece (from your rhetorical strategies to your use of a proofreading software) is likely to fall by the wayside, since the central component of your paper is flawed.
Making good arguments is a necessary skill for all university students. After all, most types of writing you will do for any college class will require you to argue points – that means, making claims and using evidence to support them.