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Here is what New York Times said about SAT writing test on Sept. 3, 2006:

Most of the writing test — and three-quarters of the writing score — consists of multiple-choice questions on grammar and usage. But most of the anxiety among high school students centers on the 25-minute essay, graded on a scale of one to six by at least two readers, who spend about three minutes on each essay. Their two scores are added. And, the College Board said, the reason so few students won top marks on the writing section is that so few — less than one percent — got sixes from both readers, for that perfect 12.

The SAT Scoring Guide says an essay gets a six if it “effectively and insightfully develops a point of view on the issue,” “demonstrates outstanding critical thinking,” “is well organized and clearly focused,” and “exhibits skillful use of language.”

So when it comes to the teaching SAT writing, we focus on the following aspects:

1) thinking critically

2) developing a insighful point of view

3) staying focused 

4) using right English


SAT tutor: Christine (SAT 2330, writing 800)


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