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Quick Essay vs. Perfect Papers

Quick Essay vs. Perfect Papers
The SAT requires a 25 minute hand-written essay.  What about brainstorming, outlining, revising, editing, and proof reading?  It can't all get done in just 25 minutes!Writing a good essay is an important skill, and it can be frustrating to “teach to the test", but you want your student to be successful at it. On the other hand, the SAT essay teaches a completely different kind of writing - and it's just as important as a polished...
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Guest — J W
Yep. Have the grandmother, who has a BA in English, teach it, hee hee hee!
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