You have 20 minutes to write your essay.
The Word Count at the bottom of the screen counts the number of words you write. Make sure to write a minimum of 200 words, but no more than 300 words.
There are also cut, copy, and paste buttons which you may choose to use while constructing your response.
Cut: Select text from your answer that you wish to remove and left-click “Cut”.
Copy: Select text from your answer that you wish to copy and left-click “Copy”.
Paste: Place the cursor where you wish to paste the cut/copied text and left-click “Paste”.
Start by analyzing the task:
Before you write anything, note keywords in the prompt. Find out the topic, what key points you should focus on to answer the question and any points of view to present and discuss:
Analyze the essay prompt so you know how to answer:
Essay prompts can be written in a number of ways. For example, you may need to discuss whether you agree or disagree with a statement:
You may have to consider how different groups of people might feel about a particular situation:
Content: Does your response address the topic? Content is scored by determining if all aspects of the topic have been addressed in your response. The appropriateness of the details, examples, and explanations used to support your point of view is also scored. If your essay does not address the topic, you will not receive any score points for your essay on any of the seven factors. Your essay will be scored zero. The best responses are on topic, contain logical and specific information, and answer any questions asked. They also support any arguments with details, examples, and/or explanations.
Development, structure, and coherence: Does your response demonstrate good development of ideas and a logical structure? Development, structure, and coherence are scored according to the organization of your response. A well-developed response uses a logical organizational pattern, connects ideas, and explains these connections. The best responses contain multiple paragraphs and have a clear introduction, body, and conclusion that relate to the topic of the essay. Within paragraphs, ideas are clearly presented and supported with details, examples, and/or explanations. Transitions between paragraphs are smooth.
Form: Does your response meet the length requirement of between 200 and 300 words? Form is scored by counting the number of words in your response. You will receive full credit if your essay is between 200 and 300 words. Writing less than 200 words or more than 300 words will decrease your score. If your essay contains less than 120 words or more than 380 words, you will not receive any score points for your essay on any of the seven factors. Your essay will be scored zero.
General linguistic range: Does your response use language that precisely conveys your ideas? General linguistic range is scored by determining if the language in your response accurately communicates your ideas. This includes your ability to provide clear descriptions, change emphasis, eliminate ambiguity, express subtleties in meaning, and use stylistic features to communicate meaning. You are more likely to receive full credit if you use complex sentence structures and vocabulary correctly, rather than consistently using simple sentence structures and vocabulary. This is because complex ideas are often expressed with complex sentence structures and vocabulary. The best responses use language that highlights key ideas, creatively expresses opinions, and ensures clear communication.
Grammar usage and mechanics: Does your response demonstrate correct grammatical usage and consistent control of standard written English? Grammar usage and mechanics are scored by examining sentence structure, punctuation, and capitalization. The best responses contain high proportions of grammatically correct complex sentences that clearly communicate the intended meaning.
Vocabulary range: Does your response demonstrate command of a broad vocabulary range? Vocabulary range is scored according to the variety of words in your response and their appropriateness in an academic environment. Synonyms, idiomatic expressions, and academic terms are also assessed if appropriate. The best responses use precise academic terms and avoid repetition by using synonyms and idioms where appropriate.
Spelling: Does your response demonstrate correct and consistent use of a single spelling convention?
Be mindful of the instructions, for example, the world limit of 200-300 words.
Read the subject well and know the kind of question it is.
Make sure that you write in the correct academic English language.
Try not to write in pointers or bullets.
Write in clear and compact paragraphs.
Stay away from a language that is excessively complicated. Keep it simple.
Plan your essay before you start writing. Many individuals use up all available time composing their essays since they keep changing their ideas on the part of their argument.
Use a good structure. Because you won’t be able to decide, compose, and check everything within 20 mins.
Brush up on your academic vocabulary! It is very important to use good vocabulary when writing an essay.
When you have composed your essay, leave a couple of moments to read what you’ve written, and make further upgrades. It is quite often conceivable to improve what you have composed the first run through. In your last read, pay special attention to these things.
Watch what you have composed carefully on the given subject. It isn't remarkable for test-takers to lose their way after the main passage. Try not to get into one point so much that you miss the general picture.
Ensure you don't repeat a similar point again and again. When you start an argument, create it completely and afterward close it. Try not to continue bouncing to it in the resulting passages.
Check for grammar mistakes, appropriate sentence structures, punctuation, and so on.
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