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  1. Introduction
  2. Background of the study
  3. Statement of the problem
  4. Significance of the study
  5. Scope and limitation
  6. Definition of terms
  7. CHAPTER II
    1. Related literature
    2. Related studies
  8. Conclusion

Essay is so broad that is difficult to define. An essay is a short piece of writing that discusses, describes or analyses one topic. It can range in length from one paragraph to more than twenty. It can be about anything, and be written in almost any style. It can be serious or funny, straight-forward or symbolic. It can describe personal opinions or just report information. Essay examination consists of question to which the students respond in one or more sentence to a specific question. It is widely considered as measuring foe evaluating knowledge of the subject matter or a measure in writing where it test the students ability to express his/her ideas accurately and to think critically within a certain period of time.

Essay items are utilized to measure a student's ability to understand a concept as an integrated whole, demonstrate higher order learning objectives and express original, creative, thinking. Because essay requires students to generate their response. They are considered recall or supply items. Depending in the nature of learning objective being assessed, essay may either require extended or restricted responses. An extended-response essay generally targets synthesis or evaluation levels of understanding and allows for extensive freedom in the content and format of the response; a restricted-response item is more specific and provides narrow guidelines for responding to the items, in addition to this distinction, essay items are classified as subjective assessment as there may be a range of variability in cored responses. One of the benefits of essay is that they go beyond simple measurement of content knowledge and offer students the opportunity to demonstrate indgment, writing style, vocabulary and insight. The comprehensive nature of essay items makes them ideal for assessing how students selects, organize and evaluate ideas. The main drawback of essay items is the time and effort requires for consisting scoping.

[...] He may treat of habits tendencies, movement, or morals. But because he has finished, he has consciously or unconsciously, told us something of himself. From his cross-section of his mind, we are in some of least to reconstruct the whole man. Gray (1991) furthermore said, that the few, if any, essays limit themselves to pure exposition; they are not so much statement of facts as comment on the facts and opinions about the meaning of the facts. And this means that the author has an attitude towards his facts and wishes, presumably, to pass and a particular attitude to his reader. [...]


[...] When teacher, parents and students work persistently effectively to address difficulties student learn many things. They learn problem solving strategies, they learn about themselves and they learn about the value of persistence. They develop a sense of competence and become more motivated they learn that their efforts do make. BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY The researcher wants to know the difficulties of the students in answering essay types of test. They noticed that some students answer essay test for submission purpose. [...]


[...] Because essay requires students to generate their response. They are considered recall or supply items. Depending in the nature of learning objective being assessed, essay may either require extended or restricted responses. An extended-response essay generally targets synthesis or evaluation levels of understanding and allows for extensive freedom in the content and format of the response; a restricted-response item is more specific and provides narrow guidelines for responding to the items, in addition to this distinction, essay items are classified as subjective assessment as there may be a range of variability in cored responses. [...]


[...] One of his concerns is the death of conversational style in writing. Compared to other writings on the state of affairs the essay is in piece of marginal without substantial forays into new theory. Mclean, (1994) discussed the significant f essay's thus the specific authors and lends itself to the critical discussion about the lines drawn in personal narratives between what is perceived as truth in writing and therefore as real and non-fictional or honest and what is perceived as fictional. [...]


[...] All wanted write?. Most of these young men and women could not write plain English. According to Holt (1993) writing plain English is another difficulty related to make essay writing. Because writing plain English is important to make essay writing good and perfect. Apparently, Holt Dryden discusses about their noses had not been rub teed the drudgery of putting one simple will-chosen word behind the other. The best thing to do is to practice and read more literature about languages. [...]

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