SAT Essay Writing

Yeap! Finally you’ve got the SAT test on your nose. Don’t feel intimidated by the writing section of the test. We are sure that it can be well manageable.

Let’s keep the track. SAT includes three sections with a highest score that could be reached up to 2400. We’re lucky enough that the writing part lasts 60 minutes! Here we go to one of the main statement of this article. It’s a plenty of time. To check, stand up and keep still like this for 1 minute. Ok, now we can proceed with the guides, you should keep when writing the SAT essay.

– First of all, think of the idea for the essay. As you are not allowed to choose the question, try to keep strictly to the topic.
– Make the draft containing your thoughts; don’t bother with the spelling at this stage.
– SAT writing section requires you to write a personal essay. That means you should provide your own opinion on the subject. To highlight it, use such phrases as ‘as for me’, ‘from my point of view’, ‘I think’, etc.
– When providing the evidence don’t forget about the approaches you’ve read above.
– Read one more time the essay you’ve got in the end. Merge the concept and work out the final word.
– Keeping strictly to the essay structure, rewrite it one more time. This time, don’t forget about the spelling.


Admissions Essays

When writing your admission essay you need to be more than persuasive or argumentive. It’s not just only to catch the attention of supervisor, but impress him and inspire. Hey! Don’t look so sad! It’s simple. Actually, you can do this in a number of ways:

  1. Discussion: providing the essay, which rises questions and makes the recipient provide his own thoughts on the subject in order to debate the opinion introduced in the it.
  2. Explanation: implementing detailed evidences and your own interesting observations on the subject you write about; that is very important to provide your super-confidence and strong feelings on them to make the recipient truly believe you.
  3. Strong final word or argument: this is the most essential part in your essay, as you need to assure the recipient in the core idea you provide. Be consistent when presenting your final word or argument. Don’t be afraid of reaction. In the end, your goal is to cause any reaction and don’t leave the reader indifferent. That will be the saddest scenario for you!


Tips for Strong Essay Writing Excellence

Here are some additional tips on developing strong writing skills as well as your own style. Be careful to read them all, as they will surely help you in your college essay or paper work. Check!


1. It’s highly recommended to introduce to the text strong modal verbs and avoid modals when stating your opinion. It always works better if you write: ‘Technologies has developed advancely’, than ‘Technologies seems to have developed advancely’.

2. It is not good to apologize for what you are saying. You should be persuasive to catch the reader.

3. Use synonymous words to make the essay outline more rich-worded and well featured.

4. You should catch the reader with the strong introduction. Use for the purpose questions or significant facts to get the attention needed.

5. Be brief and exact when introducing your main essay idea outline. It’s preferred to use short sentences rather than long ones.

And, don’t afraid to be boredom, write what you feel. It always sounds strong and attracts when you’re confident about the topic with your own opinion.

Wish you good luck!

How to Write An Essay?

So, you need to write an essay and you have no idea what to start with. Let us help you! Firstly, there are a lot of ways how to write a significant story, although each standardized essay requires the typical pattern. Here you have several tips, which will definitely help you in this.

See them below:

1. Select the topic. For example, “Innovations in Our Every Day Life”.

2. Define the central idea. It can be as follows: innovation changes our lives for better and provides further evolution in the perspective of future of human being existence.

3. Structure your essay into introduction, body, and final conclusion or summary. (more…)