Crafting a Solid Thesis Statement You have one chance to make a good first impression.
Many students think they have written a thesis when, in actuality, they have not; their opening paragraphs are just too general and unspecific. They describe how these groups were viewed. This may be done as an exercise for class, but it looks juvenile on the exam.
The second thesis shows a greater level of creative and critical thinking. Make sure you take note of the chronology and try to analyze the change Categorize the documents into logical categories Now that you have gone through all the documents, you need to categorize them depending on how they will help you answer the question in the prompt.
When creating the groups, ensure that they are all in line with your thesis. This statement answers the question in a different way but is equally successful.
The basic core consists of either 6 or 7 points.
Though the point-of-view issue is very important, this statement would not receive POV credit.