it seems that today teachers are obsessed with thesis and they want every paper to have them…so it is good to have a thesis in your every piece of academic writing. I think you may formulate your thesis similar to these examples:
(1) evaluation of data demonstrated a number of similarities and differences of hypnagogic or hypnopompic hallucinations
(2) the following paper will reveal the similarities and differences hypnagogic or hypnopompic hallucinations
Looks like you need to return to your books. Test in English is such a challenge that can be only met if you take a nice grammar book and read it attentively. Also, do not forget about books on essay writing, as well as the brief academic writing guides they give you at the faculty and then make sure to have enough time and good and calm learning atmosphere without the interruptions to cover them.
The more you learn, the better you perform.
No magic! Only hard work.
This is the world of academy)))
The last thing is so wish you good luck on your English test!
Read and write more.
Experience is the best teacher =)
If the word “ego” is the key one here, I’d suggest egoistic or egocentric. But maybe, in Hamlet’s case, you want to point out that he is slightly too keen on introspection?
I’m no judge here, of course, but I’d avoid using strong words and opt for his weak personality as a key factor why Man cannot conquer the malevolent Universe.
Something like that.
The vital thing is to decide which side you are going to take. After that, it’ll be easier for you to find some persuasive arguments)
You can write the paper about something that you are interested in to draw the attention of the audience. The ones that are frequently used have gotten boring, and many individuals would like to hear something new.
I would recommend you to look at issues all over the world. For example, you can discuss problems that are related to islands and maritime conflicts. You can focus on something that has already happened, but remember that you have to stay on topic.