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Tutor profile: Annabelle W.

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Annabelle W.
Student at Wharton School focusing on communications and public policy with business, bilingual with French
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Subject: SAT

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Question:

How is the SAT structured in terms of difficulty progression (and how should this translate into in–test time management?)

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Annabelle W.
Answer:

The test is demarcated into roughly 1/3 easy questions, 1/3 medium questions, and 1/3 difficult questions, and typically goes in order, and thus you should focus on getting the easy and middling questions correct rather than wasting time on the difficult ones since they are all worth the same point value!

Subject: French

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Question:

Poruqoui utilise-t-on une lettre entre deux mots, le premier desquels termine avec un voyelle et la deuxième desquelles commence avec une voyelle?

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Annabelle W.
Answer:

Pourqu'on puisse faire la liason (la lettre rend la phrase plus facile à dire et forme un liason d'expression)

Subject: Writing

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Question:

With reference to the structure of a justificatory argument, how should an effective writer present counterclaims?

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Annabelle W.
Answer:

Towards the end of the essay, present other side's concerns (counterclaims), acknowledge parts of their argument that prove valid, then show how this validity can be accepted within the lens of justificatory argument.

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