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Tutor profile: Haley B.

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Haley B.
Tutor for English writing skills and SAT prep, Certified SAT Rater/Scorer
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Subject: SAT

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Question:

In the writing evaluation of the SAT essay, what elements of an essay must be present to score an advanced score (Score 4)?

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Haley B.
Answer:

The following is all present in a score 4 SAT essay: the response uses a precise central claim, a clear introduction and conclusion is present, the writer uses a variety of sentence structures, precise word choice is used throughout, and the written English essay is free of grammatical errors.

Subject: SAT

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Question:

What are three key elements that the rater looks for in a student's reading comprehension of the prompt on the SAT essay?

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The student demonstrates a complete understanding of the text's central ideas, the response is free of errors in the factual interpretation of the text, and the response uses skillful textual evidence such as quotations and paraphrases.

Subject: Psychology

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Thoroughly explain the James-Lange Theory of Emotion. Then, give an example.

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Haley B.
Answer:

The James-Lange Theory of Emotion is a proposed theory to explain how the body perceives emotions. According to psychologists William James and Carl Lange, an emotional stimulus is presented to the body. Then, a physiological arousal occurs. Finally, producing an experienced emotion. For example, if a person hears footsteps behind them, an emotional stimulus is created. This emotional stimulus then produces a physiological arousal such as increased heart rate or sweating. This physiological arousal then produces an already experienced emotion that we call fear. To sum it up, the emotional stimulus is presented first, then a physiological arousal created, followed by an already experienced emotion. This is the proposed theory of the James-Lange Theory of Emotion.

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