How to Showcase Your Writing Skills on The SSAT Creative Essay Prompt
SSAT and ISEE Tutor Terri K. of Prepped & Polished, LLC in South Natick, Massachusetts teaches you six strategies and one bonus tip for the SSAT Creative Prompt in the SSAT Essay Section.
1. Prewrite your response.
2. Use a clear structure.
3. Decide what point of view and tense you will use.
4. Use effective imagery and vocabulary.
5. Use effective grammar, punctuation, and sentence structure.
BONUS TIP: Do NOT underestimate the power of your writing sample.
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The essay prompts are written insuch a way that the student is able to tell the school something betterabout himself or herself. Two pages are given to you in order to writean essay on the given essay prompts. For more clarity on the types oftopics that you may encounter, you can go through a few SSAT essayprompts that are available on the official website ():
Brief Introduction to the SSAT Essay and a Sample Essay
just remember--schools ure applying to look at your SSAT essay to compare it with the other essays ure writing 4 them. if it sounds like the same person is writing the essays, then ure good. if not, then....(fill in the blank.)