Click HERE to find out a complete list of real SAT essay prompts (March 2005 – June 2015), provided by the College Board. You can use these prompts for practice.
The essay on the writing section of the SAT is the most difficult part to prepare for because neither books nor most SAT prep courses provide students with what they most need to improve: individualized feedback on their own SAT practice essays from highly professional and well experienced writing instructors who are also official College Board SAT Essay Readers. Our SAT Essay Scoring and Feedback service is completely different from computer-based artificial intelligence scoring systems, which provide overly general feedback to pre-programmed essay prompts. We help students understand their own unique strengths and weaknesses and the different steps they need to take to boost their essay scores using specific examples from, and suggested corrections to, students’ own essays.
Each essay is independently and carefully scored by two SAT Essay Readers on a scale from 1 to 6, according to the College Board’s SAT Essay Scoring Guide. These readers’ scores are combined to produce the 2-12 scale. Note that the two readers are randomly selected from a pool of 39 Official College Board SAT Essay Readers, who have extensive experience scoring SAT essays.
We provide the following two types of score reports within 3 business days of essay submission.
1. Basic Score Report:
The report contains an overall score as well as separate sub-scores for the different skill areas assessed, including thesis and support, reasoning and analysis, structure and organization, and use of language.
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2. Comprehensive Individualized Score Report:
The report includes everything in the basic report above, plus individualized, comprehensive comments made by one of the two SAT Essay Readers, regarding the different skill areas assessed, such as: thesis and support, reasoning and analysis, structure and organization, and use of language.
- Email your SAT essay question and completed response as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org with the Order ID # in the subject line of the email. You can find the Order ID # in the receipt that will be emailed to you after your order is submitted.
- Essay Prompt must be an official College Board SAT Essay Prompt. Essay questions and responses should be typed and submitted utilizing Microsoft Word in either a .doc or .docx format.
- SAT essay responses are expected to be completed in 25 minutes and generally do not exceed 500 words. We will not comment on/respond to content that exceeds 500 words.
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