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Ch 13: SAT Writing: Supporting Your Writing

About This Chapter

Anyone can write something, but the ability to back it up with facts will make you stand out. In this section of the SAT Writing course, learn how to support your writing with proper sources. Go through the lessons as you get set for the SAT Writing exam.

SAT Writing: Supporting Your Writing Summary

There is an optional essay on the SAT exam. You have up to 50 minutes to complete the essay. The Supporting Your Writing section of this course is designed to help you make your essay sound legitimate, with factual evidence backing up your claims. The video lessons contained in this chapter will review ways to not only criticize your own writing, but other selections as well. Topics contained in this section include the following:

  • Using examples and evidence to support writing
  • Using sources to evaluate evidence
  • Analyzing an author's argument
  • Practicing evidence-based writing

If you are having trouble with any section in this course, you can contact any of our experts with one click on the dashboard, and someone will be available to assist you with writing tips. You can also take the self-assessment quizzes to give you an added boost when it comes time to take the actual SAT.

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