An exploratory essay is one that is aimed at answering a question(s) about the topic at hand. It is an essay that is meant to teach the reader one or two things about the topic rather than trying to prove to them what the writer knows. Exploring a topic requires the presentation of both the advantages and disadvantages of whatever it is that your paper is addressing. It is in the nature of an exploratory essay to present the facts as they are without attempting to twist them so that they can fit into your own perspective.
A good writer will begin an exploratory essay by posing a question which he expects to be answered in the paragraphs that will follow. A thesis statement may or may not be present, what is more important is the question that has been posed in the essay and as long as the writer appears to be addressing them conclusively then a thesis statement may not be so important after all. It is an essay whose main purpose is widening the knowledge of the reader on the topic by carefully examining both the supporting facts and those that give information to the contrary. The merits and demerits of these facts is what grounds an exploratory essay.
An exploratory essay might not be so easy to accomplish. This may especially be the case when there are many points to be explored with each of the topics branching into countless other arguments. A writer at our company can come in handy when such a situation arises. All he will need is information on how you would like the essay to come out and you can leave the rest to him.