Determine criterias (such as grammar, factual correctness, writing style, plagiarism, correspondence to the topic, etc) and use them to eval...
  1. Grammar and sentence structure: The essay contains a few grammatical errors and run-on sentences. For instance, the author uses the word "Al!" instead of "All" which might be a typo. The sentence "When I look back on those memories, I'm sure that English was truly my first love" should have been written as "When I look back on those memories, I'm sure English was truly my first love." Also, the author has used a few comma splices which need to be corrected.

  2. Factual correctness: The essay does not contain any factual errors, but the author should have provided more information on how he developed his interest in English.

  3. Writing style: The author employs a conversational writing style, which is appropriate for the topic. However, the essay could have been more structured, with clear topic sentences and supporting evidence.

  4. Plagiarism: There is no indication of plagiarism in the essay.

  5. Correspondence to the topic: The essay addresses the topic of Future career as an ESL student, as the author describes his journey learning English and how it inspired him to become a psychologist.

  6. Dates: There are no dates mentioned in the essay.

  7. Math calculations: There are no math calculations needed in the essay.

  8. Terms and words definitions: There are no technical terms used in the essay.

Score: Based on the evaluation of the above criteria, the essay scores a B grade. Although the author shows a clear passion for learning English and helping others, the essay needs to be more structured and refined. The author should correct grammatical errors and run-on sentences, and should provide more information on their academic and career goals. Furthermore, the author needs to address the topic directly from the beginning and stay on focus throughout the essay.