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Points to remember before you participate in  Essay Writing:

  • Divide your essay into 3 parts (each in a different paragraph).
    • Introduction  -> content  -> conclusion.
  • Give a space after the full stop (.)  and comma (,).
  •  Capitalise the next word after the full stop.
  • Frame small sentences as it will prevent you from making mistakes. Avoid extra spaces.
  • Your essay should not be less than 300 and not more than 400 words
  • The essay should be the original work and it should not be copied from anywhere.

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" It was Niccolo Machiavelli, a political thinker has a famous phrase "End Justifies means". This has become a debatable topic because there is a bad and a good side to this. A person may be using noble ways to achieve noble ends, which is right in every sense. Or one may even be use this phrase to justify their illicit means to achieve their goal. There have been instances in past that criminals have used this kind of statements to justify their means saying that the end was good.    A basic arithmetic rule states that a positive and a positive together gives out positive but a positive with a negative will always give negative. If the means and goal both are noble the statement works and if any of these are immoral then any justification should nor work and should not be accepted. Justification for such were seen in Holocaust, bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. But there are situations where in one can fall under dilemma. Like a candidate lying on their resume to get the job or a better position in the company. The candidate might justify his/her means by saying that they need the money or extra money to fulfill their home needs. Such situations creates a difficult situation to work out these discussions.     It becomes a matter of debate when one involves moral values, still the fact remains the one means and end have to be noble, legal moral. "



Total Words Count: 238

Total Time: 10 Min

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This tool didn't check matters or Grammatical error written in your answer (essay). Its verify only (1) The spelling mistake (2) Numbers of words (i.e. >50 & <170) and (3) Total time is taken by you to give the answer. Your answer evaluation happens on the basis of all these points and the overall score gets generated out of 10.
It's for your practice before your essay writing exam , whether you are able to write the essay by using phrase/outline in given span of time or not.

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Total Spelling Mistake: 1

" It was Niccolo Machiavelli, a political thinker has a famous phrase "End Justifies means". This has become a debatable topic because there is a bad and a good side to this. A person may be using noble ways to achieve noble ends, which is right in every sense. Or one may even be use this phrase to justify their illicit means to achieve their goal. There have been instances in past that criminals have used this kind of statements to justify their means saying that the end was good.    A basic arithmetic rule states that a positive and a positive together gives out positive but a positive with a negative will always give negative. If the means and goal both are noble the statement works and if any of these are immoral then any justification should nor work and should not be accepted. Justification for such were seen in Holocaust, bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. But there are situations where in one can fall under dilemma. Like a candidate lying on their resume to get the job or a better position in the company. The candidate might justify his/her means by saying that they need the money or extra money to fulfill their home needs. Such situations creates a difficult situation to work out these discussions.     It becomes a matter of debate when one involves moral values, still the fact remains the one means and end have to be noble, legal moral. "



Total Words Count: 238

Total Time: 10 Min

Note:

This tool didn't check matters or Grammatical error written in your answer (essay). Its verify only (1) The spelling mistake (2) Numbers of words (i.e. >50 & <170) and (3) Total time is taken by you to give the answer. Your answer evaluation happens on the basis of all these points and the overall score gets generated out of 10.
It's for your practice before your essay writing exam , whether you are able to write the essay by using phrase/outline in given span of time or not.