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"Really approachable, non-judgemental tutor, put my mind at ease, calmed me down and gave me useful tips."

"The most useful thing was learning how to write an introduction and conclusion for an essay; what to focus on and how to address the main topic."

"It was very useful to help me define my thesis statement and help me see how important it is to back up my argument."

"I chose to come to the Writing Centre as I was confused with some essay titles and unsure of how to approach the titles. The breaking down of the title and the explaining of how to go about dealing with titles helped me to be much more confident about beginning my essay. The tutor was brilliant, very helpful."

"I wanted help with structure and referencing. Both queries were dealt with very well and I got useful tips from the tutor, in a very relaxed environment."

"I came to the Writing Centre to see if I’m on the right track with my essay. The tutor went through my essay, giving me pointers on what to work on to make my writing better."

"I needed help with my writing skills, having been out of college. I got very clear explanation of essay structure and will definitely recommend the service to my peers."

"I wanted help with formatting my essay and I got good advice. Approachable tutor helped me see my mistakes in a friendly way."

"I attended a workshop on 'Essay Structure' in the Writing Centre. The tutor was friendly and approachable, and the material was given in a clear way. For the first time I don’t panic when I think about my essays, but I actually look forward to getting started."

Contact UCD Writing Centre

James Joyce Library, University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland.
T: +353 1 716 7777 | E: writing.centre@ucd.ie / zeljka.doljanin@ucd.ie |

Writing Centre location: Link Space 2, James Joyce Library