They write essays all the time.
(*Facepalm*) the issue is, the ACT’s writing section is significantly diffent enough through the writing normally done at school that I see lots of students underperform in a way that is completely preventable. Typically “good” writers are receiving scores of 6 or 8 (away from 12), once they ought to be getting more numbers that are competitive.
Whilst it’s not always an grade that is 11th teacher’s “job” to do ACT/SAT prep or even “teach to your test”, there is a problematic reality that when teachers don’t get involved a little, most students won’t get this knowledge and/or skills anywhere else. And therefore, my teacher friend, is worrisome.
An english teacher can take to help juniors be more ready so what’s going on, and what are the easiest steps?
Here you will find the biggest culprits:
1. The timing is more intense than school. It really is 30 minutes total, including reading the prompt and the entire brainstorm, draft, and proofread process.