33 x Argument Analysis Essays

The final argument analysis section on the exam is one of the most challenging areas, which is why this resource is designed to give you insight into how you can approach these exam topics. Here are the finest essays that we wrote leading up to important SAC assessments, which helped us achieve a raw 50 in English. Inside this folder are:

  • 15 x Essays (written in the lead-up to SACs – by Julian)
  • 8 x Essays (written in the lead-up to SACs – by Darren)
  • 10 x Essays (based on past exam topics)

There is a combination of both single and comparative argument analysis for both of these sections.

As for the essays based off past exam papers – what is SPECIAL about this, is that they follow my writing style – which is writing in ‘blocks’ – this makes it very easy to follow along, and mimick in your own writing.  Students in the past who have used this structure in their essays scored in either high 40s to 50. So see for yourself, coupled with hard work, knowing exactly what the assessors are looking for is a potent combination!

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Total 33 Essays (in a folder with word documents – each word document is one essay, although some documents may have more than one essay or links to essays)

  • 23 x Argument Analysis written based on previous SAC prompts
  • 10 x Argument Analysis written based on previous EXAM prompts
    • The essays are based on the following year’s topics (2019, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2011, 2007, 2004, 2002, 2001) – not all of the exam prompts were included either due to the exam not being relevant to the current study design, the vcaa article being copyrighted or the exam will be covered in a future video)