Writing an essay for class? A perfect essay may seldom be attainable, but you can put in some proofing and editing work, along with the usual fix-ups from a grammar software, that will get your grade up at least a couple of notches.
Replace First Person Voice With The Third Person Form. For most academic and formal papers, a first-person point-of-view is usually not prescribed. Unless you have been specifically instructed to write from the first person (e.g. a personal anecdote), never turn in a paper written in that voice.
Use Active Verbs. As with most other forms writing, the passive voice tends to make essays sound flat and boring. While the passive voice may sound more "formal," it is better to minimize them and use active verbs instead.
Better check it a few times in order for you to see whether there are certain errors or wrong spelling in regards with your essay.