Our students have gotten A's on thousands of classes, perfect 5's on AP tests, and ludicrously high SAT Subject Test scores.For a lot of people out there, writing any kind of academic piece can be a hassle.Even for those who are passionate about a subject and for those who actually know a lot about it, academic writing can be quite distressing.If there are over 1,000 books/articles/documentaries out there on the exact topic, it may be too broad. They may be a hindrance to you if they teach another subject.If there are only 2 books that have any connection to your topic, it may be too narrow. Speaking of advisors: If you are not certain of who you would like to be your advisor, I would start by creating a list of your top three choices. Green is my favorite teacher, and we get along really well, but he teaches English, and I want to conduct an experiment to compare the efficiency of American Hybrid Cars to Foreign Hybrid Cars. White teaches Physics, I had her a year ago, and she liked me. I would not suggest asking your Biology teacher to guide you in writing your English EE.Do bear in mind the fact that the official guidelines are there to actually help you and that even though they may seem confusing at a first glance, they will actually provide you with a lot of information on what is expected of you and your extended essay.If you are worried about formatting your essay and you are not sure of some things, then do read on.So, how do you pick when the options are limitless?I will help you with that next: Below are the six key tips you need to follow to write an outstanding Extended Essay.I also used comparison in my EE, comparing Harold Pinter's in order to show a transition in British Theatre.Topics with comparisons of 2-3 plays/books/diets/etc. tend to be in the sweet spot of not too narrow or broad because you can analyze each portion and after doing in-depth analysis on each, you compare and explain the significance of the comparison.