o Organize your thoughts so they are expressed on paper as a coherent whole. Given the constraints of the exam format, youâ€™ll probably write a minimum of four, and a maximum of six paragraphs. These should â€˜hang togetherâ€™ in a way thatâ€™s easy to follow; there is a clear progression of ideas.
o Write intelligibly: sentences must be grammatical and cohesive.
o Choose your words carefully. Remember, youâ€™re constructing ideas
for your reader.
o Orient your essay around a single point you want to make, using
your thinker(s) as evidence.
Do not quote the text. I want to read you, not the thinker in question. Reference any textual evidence you use in your essay in your own words, e.g., â€˜Socrates says that he doesnâ€™t know anything…,â€™ rather than, â€œI know that I have no wisdom, small or great.â€
CHOOSE 1 QUESTION FROM QUESTION POOL TO WRITE ESSAY ABOUT
explanation of motion?