Anthony actually teaches students a system for writing the essay which makes the entire grading process objective.
The essay can’t be graded subjectively – otherwise, graders’ opinions would get in the way of their judgement. Instead, students start with perfect scores, and they lose points for objective errors – namely, lack of thesis, lack of topic sentences, lack of a thread, lack of relevant evidence, lack of an intro or conclusion, etc.
Anthony teaches students to craft flawless essays which contain all the right elements in the right order. From there, it shows them how to structure, plan, and repeat them no matter what the essay prompt happens to be.
There’s no grader who actively gives students their essay grades, but by the time they learn how to “beat” the SAT and ACT essays, they won’t need one!