1. Make sure there are no glaring grammar mistakes. When the teacher doesn’t have time to know you as a student, he/she judges you by your immediate work.
2. If they are scanning through the papers, they will look at your introduction and conclusion to have a gist of what your composition is about. So, your introduction and conclusion must be perfect.
3. Write legibly. The teacher has no time to decipher your “Da Vinci code.”
If you are in my English class, we will focus on writing great introductions/conclusions to impress your examiner this Saturday. See you then!