The general idea of ​​good writing is one in which the writer is able to leave the reader impacted and add something. Let’s say that this is true, but to make a good text it is necessary to use the correct techniques.

In addition to having a good (or at least legible) handwriting, knowing accentuation, punctuation, spelling and knowing how to argue the proposed theme, one must be familiar with the grammar rules and norms of the Association of Technical Norms.

Something common in the world of the contestants is the great fear that there is for the writing in the tests. Not too rare, the candidate feels prepared for objective proof, while for the subjective does not. The only effective way to learn how to write well is by doing writing. Remember: practice leads to perfection.

A text is composed of three essential parts: introduction, development and conclusion. Correct is to have a link connecting these parts, as if they formed the seam of the text. In the introduction is where the topic covered is presented, it should not be too extensive, it is advised to have only a paragraph of four to six lines. Development is the “body” of the text, the most important part of it. It is where the writer exposes his point of view and argues in a logical way for the reader to follow his reasoning. In this part of the text use is made of at least two paragraphs. The conclusion is the closing. Where the point of view and possible solutions are defended. But it is worth remembering that introduction, development and conclusion are linked and dependent on each other so that textual cohesion and color are maintained and the text makes sense.

Here are some tips for writing good text:

Read a lot, reading enriches the vocabulary, you look at the words visually and send to your memory the correct form of writing words;

Write a lot. Write in journals, make poems, copy recipes, use writing even to make the letter more readable and beautiful;

Train essay writing with topics that may be related to competition proof you will be doing. Or do with current issues, constant news in the media;

Be critical of yourself, review the training texts, remove the excesses, leave your text “lean”.

Time the time that is spent in your training essays and always try to decrease the time spent in the next;

Do not make long paragraphs;

Do not exceed the margins nor the limit of lines established in the test;

Be objective; What you would spend three paragraphs to write try to put in only one;

Keep the same letter pattern from the beginning to the end of the text. Do not start with legible and rounded letters, for example, and end with it illegible and “hurried”, this will give a bad impression to the banker examiner when you read;

Do not make marks, scribbles, do not mess or love your writing;

Have as much cleanliness as possible;

Make essays from previous contests that you will provide;

Stay focused on the statement of what the bank is asking for, do not write a beautiful text, but that is totally off the subject. Never run away from the proposed theme;

In the introduction make a small approach, initial presentation, in the development expose your ideas clearly, argue and, finally, in conclusion, close the text by focusing on the text and positioning itself on the subject. Never reverse orders between introduction, development, and completion;

Use synonyms, avoid repeating the same words;

Have your arguments grounded. Be cohesive and coherent;

Have mastery over punctuation and accentuation;

Learn to put your ideas on paper so that others can read and really understand what you meant.