SAT Challenge: Grading Rules

Anyone who argues for more than one side of an issue automatically can’t get higher than a 3.

I wonder if my paper “argues for more than one side” of a position. I looked at places in which success is determined and how. Both on length to goal and on end point. And then I said I thought that end point was the most common and useful definition of success. Only the person, and their close friends and family, would even be interested in the length to goal aspects.

But my first thought on reading the above quote was, “Well, I won’t get higher than a 3.”