SAT Writing Curves

<p>Are writing curves generally more lenient if there is a diction error? Or does that really have no impact on the curve?</p>

<p>The diction error was easily spotted out bro. So the curve should be like -1 780 -2 750 -3 730 -4 710 -5 700 assuming essay is 9 and above</p>

<p>That's really subjective. Especially considering the national average is around 500, I really don't think a majority of people would find it easy.</p>

<p>I mean, I saw it right away but the question isn't whether it was easy or not, but rather whether the curve will be good as a result. Hopefully it is.</p>

<p>what do you mean by diction error?</p>

<p>@Roboticsfre4k</p>

<p>The question being referred to is the one that used "imminent" instead of "eminent." </p>

<p>I personally thought it was a test error so I went with no error. If this somehow costs me the 800 I'll feel like a massive idiot</p>

<p>If you get a 10 or above essay, -1 is usually 800....11 or 12 with -2 is 800...usually.</p>