About 3 Top-Notch Tips For Earning An Impressive Score On A Challenging SAT Essay



  • You took the NMSQT/ PSAT, sailed on through the multiple-choice segment like a champion, and now does the SAT essay writing task seems more challenging than ever? Thus, you have begun your frantic search for top essay writing websites which could provide you with unparalleled guidance.

    When it comes to writing the SAT essay, you may be at your wit’s end. Introduced in 1926, the SAT essay requires a student to possess a specific set of skills. It turns out to be an overwhelming task for many as they have only 50 minutes to read a passage, analyze it, and then write an essay.

    If you need a strong push to achieve your dream scores, then reading this comprehensive blog would surely put you miles ahead. Here, we have enlisted certain top-notch tips that would help you write a killer SAT essay like never before.

    § Develop Deep Understanding of The SAT Essay Scoring System

    Know that unlike your multiple-choice answers which are scored as either correct or incorrect, the SAT essay is assigned three scores. Two readers would score your essay separately and assign a score of 1 to 4 for each of the three sections that include Reading, Analysis, and Writing.

    Your reading score would reflect on how well you have comprehended the passage. The analysis score would demonstrate how well you can analyze how the author went about convincing the readers. Finally, the writing score would also show the cohesiveness, command of the language, and the conventions used.

    § Go Through The Sample Passages And SAT Essay Prompts

    As per the prolific cheap essay writers of the US, it is crucial to understand what would be expected of you to secure high scores and invest adequate time to review SAT essay prompts. While going through the example passages and corresponding responses, consider how and why the author uses evidence, reasoning, and stylistic or persuasive elements. Making your way through these online available samples should help you in developing your strategies for tackling the SAT essay come any test day.

    § Make Indented Paragraphs Your BFF

    Remember the basic essay structure you learned in school: compelling introduction, informative body paragraphs, and an impactful concluding note? The SAT essay graders are in love with it! Hence, stalwarts of eminent essay writing websites strongly advice following this format while penning down your essays.

    Finally, remember the SAT essay offers an incredible opportunity to showcase analytical skills and writing ability. True, fifty minutes may not seem like a long time to develop a well-written response, but with a calm and practiced approach, you would have the perfect opportunity to showcase your best work.
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  • I’ve got a set coming out at Affect3D next week on Oct 20th! It features Sam doin’ all the dirty things to get ahead at work. It’s also got a lot of squirting and a few other fetishes that might surprise you. It’s 107 pics! Not including these previews! That’s a lot of Sam!



  • Instead of editing the set I just completed, I decided to make a girl with a big ass. Because that was way more fun…








  • @'Veneri':

    Keep em comin mate :D

    I just rendered what I think is the final render for this new set and….it's render 127. :s That's a lot. Now I gotta figure out if there's a decent midpoint I can split this into two sets, or just have one giant set...

    I'm also going to be postworking for weeks...:(



  • Keep em comin mate :D



  • I lost you all with that last pic, didn't I? ;)
    It's waayyyy worse in the actual set. You've been warned. :angel:



  • It's always better than my work.Lol



  • This is where things get weird…



  • @'Veneri':

    @'dr3nchd':

    …Thanks! I'm a firm believer in DOING the thing you want to do, as opposed to practicing until you get perfect first. Waiting until you perfect something just means you never actually make anything. And, yeah, sometimes that means that I get to go back and rerender things as I figure out workflows, or figure out a process long after I needed that process, but I'd rather have produced something that's maybe substandard than to never have produced anything at all.

    FFS mate, you've just hammered the nail right on my head!!! I feel foolish in my old age :P, but I appreciate that outlook. It is that very thing that has slowed my progress in more than just this.

    Well, I wasn't pointing any fingers…it's pretty much the human condition. But I always learn more by doing, so...I just do it. Cuz I'd rather regret not being able to pull off specific things than to regret not ever attempting those things.




  • @'dr3nchd':

    …Thanks! I'm a firm believer in DOING the thing you want to do, as opposed to practicing until you get perfect first. Waiting until you perfect something just means you never actually make anything. And, yeah, sometimes that means that I get to go back and rerender things as I figure out workflows, or figure out a process long after I needed that process, but I'd rather have produced something that's maybe substandard than to never have produced anything at all.

    FFS mate, you've just hammered the nail right on my head!!! I feel foolish in my old age :P, but I appreciate that outlook. It is that very thing that has slowed my progress in more than just this.



  • @'Gator762':

    Apologies bro, thought you mentioned second set. Really impressive how far you have come starting just this year! Kudos.

    Really doesn't seem to be slowing you down. :D

    Thanks! I'm a firm believer in DOING the thing you want to do, as opposed to practicing until you get perfect first. Waiting until you perfect something just means you never actually make anything. And, yeah, sometimes that means that I get to go back and rerender things as I figure out workflows, or figure out a process long after I needed that process, but I'd rather have produced something that's maybe substandard than to never have produced anything at all.

    BTW, how's the work on the cum shader going? Have you upgraded to 4.9? There's Iray improvements in 4.9 as well.

    Unfortunately not. Whenever I start up Daz, I tend to think my time is better spent rendering than organizing my content library….so it just gets pushed back. One day, I swear...



  • Apologies bro, thought you mentioned second set. Really impressive how far you have come starting just this year! Kudos.

    Really doesn't seem to be slowing you down. :D

    BTW, how's the work on the cum shader going? Have you upgraded to 4.9? There's Iray improvements in 4.9 as well.


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