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.
But how would you feel if I told you that I’ve totally figured out how to change that? Today, instead of talking about how to get a perfect 12 on the ACT Essay, we’re actually going to talk about how you can succeed at the universe’s all-time greatest school: Hogwarts.
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?
If you do decide to take it, we have prompts and grading advice for you to use, as well as point-by-point guides to raising your score 2, 3, or 4 points.
Finally, we’ll finish off by looking at a template for a 12-scoring essay.
When students are in a time crunch, they tend to make simple grammatical errors that could lower their score.
If you can, make sure you go back and read through your essay to correct for any such errors.
The same goes for the remaining structure of your essay overall.
If you used transitional phrases and sentences earlier in the essay, skip them for the rest of the essay.
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