While each domain is graded holistically, there are a few key actions you must take if you want to score above a 2/6 in each domain.
I've extracted these ACTions via analysis of the essay scoring rubric as well as through scrutiny of the sample essays the ACT provides on its website.
You log into ACTstudent and look at your essay score.
There's an "8" for your overall Writing score as well as four different "domain" scores of 6, 8, 9, and 10.
What we lose with the replacement of people by machines is some part of our own humanity.
Even our mundane daily encounters no longer require from us basic courtesy, respect, and tolerance for other people.
Based on the difficulty of the questions randomly selected for your exam, the number of questions that you got correct in the MCQs, and number of points you received on the essays, you are given a “scaled score” between 0 and 500. It is simply a score and not a percentage of anything.
You need to get at least 70% of the points overall between the MCQs and the essays in order to pass.
Machines are good at low-skill, repetitive jobs, and at high-speed, extremely precise jobs. This efficiency leads to a more prosperous and progressive world for everyone. Because you are writing a persuasive essay, it is imperative that you make your position on the topic clear.
Otherwise, how can you persuade someone that your view is the correct view?