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Hi, Naomi. I need your help. I am writing a thesis statement, teacher said it should indicate the psychological principle and the main point. My thesis statement is: the ranking of students’ mark will cause the grades step backward or bad for students’ performance according to the principles of psychological treatment, Self-efficacy and Pygmalion Effect. I will talk about how these three principles prove that ranking of students’ mark lead to bad performance in three body paragraph. Can you help me to revise my thesis statement into a more academic way?

This lesson about how to evaluate a PROMPT and write a THESIS STATEMENT includes:

There are many ways to approach writing a thesis statement.

Just make sure that it is not simple a fact and that you can support it with good evidence from reliable sources.

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So below are some suggestions of what you could do for certain common kinds of essay question, but this is not to say these are right and other ways are wrong. There are numerous ways to write good thesis statements and these are just possibilities.

The thesis statement should remain flexible until the paper is actually finished. It ought to be one of the last things that we fuss with in the rewriting process. If we discover new information in the process of writing our paper that ought to be included in the thesis statement, then we'll have to rewrite our thesis statement. On the other hand, if we discover that our paper has done adequate work but the thesis statement appears to include things that we haven't actually addressed, then we need to limit that thesis statement. If the thesis statement is something that we needed prior approval for, changing it might require the permission of the instructor or thesis committee, but it is better to seek such permission than to write a paper that tries to do too much or that claims to do less than it actually accomplishes.Now that you have decided, at least tentatively, what information you plan to present in your essay, you are ready to write your thesis statement.
You can see that there is more than one way to write a thesis statement, depending on what you find out in your research and what your opinion is.*Just a quick note on the word 'outweigh'. This word often confuses students and they end up writing a thesis statement opinion that contradicts what they write in the essay.