Essays—and particularly research papers—can make or break your grades in your classes. If only there was some method, some way, to work smarter, not harder, and do better on those essays without so much time…Well, there is.This book will teach you tactics for tackling your essays efficiently, giving you a road map to follow so that you have everything you need as you need it.I figured these things out when I was in school, myself, dealing with intense workloads, multiple part-time jobs at a time, and a health problem cocktail that meant I spent most of my time tired, woozy, nauseous, in pain, or any mix of the above. All-nighters were literally impossible for me, and even attempting one had consequences for days afterwards. I had to be efficient, to get and keep good grades.Much of tackling things efficiently stems from organizing what you’re doing, and that’s where the improved grades come in. For years, I’ve been sharing my organization tips with students I know. For years, those people have told me to write my tips down because their grades have improved even from implementing the few they could remember.This book is me finally doing what they’ve asked and writing my tips down. Try my tactics for yourself, and tell me if it doesn’t make writing an essay as easy as making a pizza.(Pizzas actually are easy to make, even if you’re like me and can’t eat rice, egg, pork, tomato, or most cooking oils. Even eggless gluten-free pizza is possible, without sacrificing texture or flavor—but that’s off-topic. And has instructions in the book.)If you follow my suggestions, you should both improve your essay grades and reduce the amount of time you spend writing them.Which of us couldn’t use a little more free time?Each of my points along the organization road map can be applied in multiple ways. Track down the specific methods that work for you, rather than only for Honor Roll Joe.So come on in and learn. Your GPA might just thank you.