Andy Preisler
Andy Preisler

Andy Preisler

Hey there!

I’m Andy Preisler, and I’m super happy to be joining the blog team at GrabMyEssay.com!

While I hail from Fayetteville, Arkansas (I know, not the most progressive state!), I left the Southern life behind me many years ago when I went to college for my first degree. I’ve received it in University of Arkansas, Fayetteville and I’m really proud of this. Since then, I have studied in the U.S., and later on, continued my education in Loughborough University, UK, where I actually my second Bachelor’s Degree along the way.

With my perpetual studies (my parents wonder if it will ever stop), I have become a bit of an expert on college life – academic, social, and financial – and love sharing my experiences and my methods of “circumventing the system” with others.  I will be sharing all of these great tips and strategies with my readers, so stay tuned!

When I am not blogging or enrolling in some new course that interests me, I am backpacking through Europe and staying in hostels, working on my second novel (a riveting murder mystery), and pursuing my interest in music. Yes, I travel with my guitar, and you would be amazed at the amount of cash I can accumulate, just performing on the streets of European cities (they are so much more tolerant of vagabond musicians). 

My other passion is environmental. In my short 27 years of life on this planet, I have witnessed the extinction of species, the destruction of rain forests, and irreparable harm to our oceans. I contribute both time and money to several international environmental organizations, because we all must do our part to save Mother Earth.

But I digress! If you are interested in the “ins and outs” of college life, and want some great tales of navigating through the game of “degree attainment,” as well as tips for easing the pain of those pesky essay and paper assignments, follow my blog!

I would love to hear from you, to give you advice, and to lend a listening ear. You can contact me at andy.preisler@gmail.com anytime! And follow my posts – you won’t be disappointed!

My Articles

Guide On Writing an Argumentative Essay
This is how to start an argumentative essay: first is to introduce your argument – the background information and the thesis statement. Second is to develop creative ideas for your argumentative essay, which should be supported by factual claims and pieces of evidence. Third is to present the opposition’s side and rebut it accordingly. Last is to conclude by stating the importance of the issue.
Posted by Andy Preisler 15 Sep 2016
How to Write an Essay Infographic
Did you know that four out of five students lack proficiency in essay writing and that it actually takes them two hours to write a 300-word essay? Writing an essay considers several factors including in-depth knowledge of the topic to be written as well as the technical skills on how to write an essay.
Posted by Andy Preisler 10 Sep 2016
How to Write Political Essay
A political essay deals with political or governmental issues. It is a piece of writing made as a way to practice in interpreting specific political theories. It is usually composed of historical information and statistics. The purpose of which is for students to demonstrate their ability to argue effectively and logically within defined theoretical frameworks.
Posted by Andy Preisler 25 Aug 2016
How to Write a Rhetorical Analysis Essay
If you pay attention to politics, you may have noticed that two different politicians can take the same set of facts and make entirely different statements using those facts. You’ve probably also noticed that journalists who write about politics can do the same thing. Then there is the world of advertising. One ad might claim that a competitor is untrustworthy because they charge premium prices. That same competitor might then respond that they charge higher prices because their customers want the VIP treatment.
Posted by Andy Preisler 14 Jul 2016
Research Papers For Dummies: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know
Let’s start at the beginning. A research paper is an academic paper that you write after researching the topic of your choice. It contains none of your own opinions, just the data that you gather through online research sources, books, journals, magazines, newspaper articles, and a variety of other sources, along with your thesis and conclusion. Keep reading to learn much more about research papers and what it takes to write one. We hope the following guidelines will be very useful the next time you have to write a research paper of your own.
Posted by Andy Preisler 02 Jun 2016
How to Write a Thesis Statement for a Research Paper
You’ve heard about thesis statements since high school. Your essays and papers should all have one, so that the reader is aware of both your topic and your purpose or position. Defining a thesis statement is a bit complicated, because it can have different purposes.
Posted by Andy Preisler 16 Oct 2015
First Gift This Season!
Summer's over? Don't be overwhelmed as fall is the rich season that has so many perks coming along with it.
Posted by Andy Preisler 31 Aug 2015
Creative Ways to Success in Your Career Path
It’s never too early to think about your career path. You may or may not have declared your major and you may be considering several options. But there are some things you can do now no matter what career path you ultimately choose. And then once you have made your final selection, there are additional ways to “get an edge” on the competition.
Posted by Andy Preisler 28 Aug 2015
Writing a Funny Narrative Essay
We all like a great story – whether it’s a book we read, a movie we see, or a friend or relative recalling some memorable event. And if that story is especially funny, scary, exciting, or poignant, we stay interested as it is being told. As a student, you will have many opportunities to write narrative essays – in almost every English class you take from 9th grade forward, all the way through college and for admissions and scholarship requirements.
Posted by Andy Preisler 26 Aug 2015
Using Transition Words for Research Papers that Exceed Expectations
When students write research papers, they tend to become hyper-focused on research, factual accuracy, and proving their thesis. This great. After all, these are all very important in a research paper. Unfortunately, this leaves the matter of writing style neglected in many cases. One area that is neglected the most is proper use of transition words for research papers.
Posted by Andy Preisler 19 Aug 2015
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