The previous paragraph contains some recommendations for approaching your essay questions . Follow the basic rules for writing the essay and you can score high in the essay section. The evaluators mark you on a scale of 2-12. There are two evaluators who read your essay. Each of these evaluators will mark you on a scale of one to six. Your SAT essay score depends on the combined score of these two evaluators. On an average, both the evaluators will mark you the same. However, in case, the evaluators differ by one mark or more, a third evaluator reads your essay and marks you. Your essay marks depend largely on your usage of proper vocabulary, flawless grammatical sentences and sufficient uses of facts and evidences in advocating your opinion.
Armed conflicts between nations have always been and remain, unfortunately, a constant fact of life. How politicians and governments seek to avoid of these conflicts, however, varies greatly. Many leaders and political thinkers insist on the importance of demonstrating military might in order to reduce the likelihood of such conflicts. Others argue that flexing military muscle is basically inviting armed conflict, and that the best way nations can avoid conflicts is simply by keeping an open line of communication with one another. When forced to choose between a strong showing of military might and diplomatic efforts, which should nations choose in order to avoid armed conflicts?
No problem, catastrophists say, there are plenty of other things people may be scared of. Let us welcome global warming. The idea that the global temperature on the planet is gradually growing due to the anthropogenic reasons is not new, but only during the last decades we saw a real upsurge of belief in it, ecological lobbies limiting the activity of industries and so on. And it seems to be working for now, even a recent Climategate scandal involving some of the most prominent statisticians promoting the theory (it showed that they were almost certainly falsifying the data of their research) doesn’t seem to turn the tide of public opinion. The same goes for many other Apocalypse theories, none of which came true in the end.