They are along the lines of yes / no / maybe, but of course the perspectives are more nuanced than that, since the question is no longer posited as a "true or false? First Question: "Automation is generally seen as a sign of progress, but what is lost when we replace humans with machines?
" Second Question: "In a society that values both health and freedom, how do we best balance the two?
Little-known fact: the 12 things you need to do to succeed at Hogwarts are Read on, future Griffindors, Ravenclaws, and Hufflepuffs! Go talk to a snake or something.) So what can you expect from this post?
We’ll look at an overview of the ACT Writing section, then go into how it’s scored and the skills it tests.
But there are other more substantial changes you can make as you approach the rest of your essay.
One thing you can do is develop your ideas for the remainder of the essay. Maybe your previous paragraphs has three supporting ideas for each topic sentence.
Finally, we’ll finish off by looking at a template for a 12-scoring essay.
If you’re new to the essay, you’ll want to start at the beginning with the overview of ACT Writing and possibly even try your first practice essay today with one of the prompts here.
Remember that, in addition to your ideas, organization and examples, the ACT graders will also evaluate you on your language use.
This means that polishing your written English is vital before test day (it also means that this study will do double duty, as it will also help you prep for the ACT English section). Get organized early and check out Magoosh’s guides to the finer points of English grammar, punctuation, and vocabulary that the ACT graders will be looking for. Here are some steps you can take to adjust your pace and writing when the clock is running down.