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Not the Luck of the Draw / Thinking About Universal Examples

Universal examples are important on the essay section of the SAT. Ideas for essays are to come from "reading, studies, experience, or observations."  When using personal experience, however, it is important to only use those experiences that are major and support the underlying point of the entire essay. Using colorful language is a good idea, but you want to make sure it is easy to read and not too colorful. 

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