New ACT Essay Workbook: Tom Clements Tutoring Helps Students Dominate the ACT Essay
"How to Write a Killer ACT Essay", recent winner of the prestigious Clarion Five-Star award for excellence in education, provides high school students with exactly the tools they need to obtain a top score on the ACT essay.
Using a simple and straightforward "T-chart" methodology, author and tutor Tom Clements shows students how to "parse the prompt" and marshal arguments that can be applied across the board to any ACT essay.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- With the June ACT test just around the corner, students across the nation are gearing up to boost their scores on the essay section of the ACT.
Coming to their aid with breakthrough "Killer ACT" tools for writing success is Tom Clements, an experienced author and tutor who's helped thousands of students ace their ACTs and SATs.
"The ACT is a game and I teach students how to win -- big time," says Clements. "My techniques make writing any ACT essay a snap."
Mirroring the approach used in his previous book, the award-winning "How to Write a Killer SAT Essay", Clements shows students how to "parse the prompt" into easy "pro" and "con" positions that can be used to quickly and confidently compose a top-scoring ACT essay.
Clements stresses writing fundamentals: tight-knit organization, varied sentence structure, interesting transitions (both between and within paragraphs) and the use of "T-charts" to break down ACT prompts into bite size components.
Here's what ForeWord Clarion Reviews had to say about Clements' five-star approach --
"Tom Clements' practical and friendly workbook, 'How to Write a Killer ACT Essay', takes students inside the ACT's essay test and teaches them to create essays that will satisfy the ACT's scoring criteria and earn them the coveted double-digit score.
Clements demystifies the ACT essay prompt by showing students the highly patterned types of questions they are likely to encounter and then explaining how the answers are graded. . . . Clements keys students into the test's idiosyncrasies, which can make all the difference in their ultimate score."
As a professional writer, former college English teacher and long-time ACT/SAT tutor, Tom Clements has over 30 years experience in test preparation and has helped thousands of students ace their ACT and SAT essays. For more information, visit: http://www.tctutoring.net
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