SAT Essay Topics: Top 10 Practice Questions

If you are to appear in your SAT exam then you need to read this article now. If you do not want to give your SAT test, even then you should give this article a read.

First thing, if you do not want to appear in a SAT exam, why is it so? Do you not want to earn better scholarships and make your parents and family proud of you? Do you have a goal to score admission in a certain university? Do you not want to improve your cognitive thinking or response time? Would you not like having a SAT score in your list of achievements? Do you have a better productive activity to do? Will you waste your time when you peers prepare for SAT exams?

I am no one to convince you to appear in the SAT exams if you have made your choice already. However, I am just saying you need to keep your options open. This might help you at some point in your life when you do not even expect the help. Learning is never a waste and practicing for SAT exams will keep you productive and add to your knowledge. The rest of course is your call.

The rest of this article is for students who want to appear in SAT exams. The most stressing part for most students is the unseen essay during this paper. Apart from the math there is nothing difficult about a SAT paper else than this essay. The best way to score well in this particular assignment is to practice your skills. Develop a clear understanding of different types of essays and learn to address the essay question or prompt. Most of the times, you will have your answer in the question. All you need to do is to look carefully.

Ten interesting topics to practice for your SAT paper

If you are looking for some good topics to practice for your SAT exam, then you will find the following helpful

  1. Is creativity a hindrance to academic success?
  2. The role of women in shaping a society
  3. Is morning walk as important as we think it is
  4. Having a debit in bank of favors means what
  5. Social systems and educational opportunities in Pakistan
  6. Racism
  7. Religion or oppression
  8. Teen pregnancies and early marriages
  9. Drugs and academic performance
  10. Sports