Wonderful Essays

I know this issue has been raised, but I’m going to ask it again as I hope Joey who was a prior grader would provide some insight. For the essay questions how do we know when our answer is sufficient? How do we know whether a sentance or two answers the questions sufficiently or whether a whole paragraph is needed? The answer keys are so drawn out that makes you think that you need to write a novel for each question. Any insight Joey or other who have passed L3?

Nevermind I was just looking at past essay guideline answers and most of them are 1 sentance answers.

yep. (one word answers suffice sometimes too)

Stalla said you should try to match how much you write with the point value. If part of an essay question is worth 10 points write more/provide more detail than a question worth 5 points.