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What's the main difference between these two? I know for the SAT essay you have to use examples to back up your thinking, but how's the ACT one? Is it just using logical thinking to prove your point with hypothetical examples?
I was looking through a couple of sample essays and they seemed much much longer than SAT essays (some over 2 pages long!)