It is more subtle if you can write your essay as if it is not based on a prompt at all!
Correct any mistakes. Lastly, be sure to keep it real in your writing. Aim for 5 paragraphs. You are asked to read and consider the issue and perspectives, state your own perspective on the issue, and analyze the relationship between your perspective and at least one other perspective on the issue.
Your writing and tone should reflect who you are as a writer, so remember to keep it down to earth.
Your last sentence will be your thesis, and it will be a powerful and confident statement that encapsulates the ideas of the third perspective the one you do agree with.
The writing you do in your classes will help you. You will write your essay in pencil no mechanical pencils or ink pens on the lined pages of an answer folder that will be provided to you. If you find any words that are hard to read, recopy them.
However, the Writing portion is scored separately out of 12 points.