With the mind that is clear, you will have an opportunity to look at the structure and sources from a different angle. In case you can’t decide about a phrase or a word, you can read it aloud. By reading the composition out in front of a mirror or an imaginary audience, you tend to spot the flaws faster and possibly make changes if there are sections that are inappropriate or confusing. You should also ask yourself if the paragraphs correspond to the general idea of an essay. Unfolding a concept is a complex task, and you have to make sure everything is in the right place before you hand your work to the teacher.