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AWA - Can I write points numbered? [#permalink]
17 May 2013, 09:52
The sample questions that I had seen so far have flaws and the answers are about identifying and analyzing that flaw. Is this the GMAT pattern ? Will there also questions that that have correct evidence and conclusion in GMAT?
My second doubt is about numbering my thoughts. I have a habit of communicating the outline and the number of + and -. Then listing the positive (+) points in sequence of first (1), second(2) e.t.c. This followed by the weak points (-) in sequence. The sequence is numbered. Is this acceptable for GMAT?
Thirdly, Will Spelling mistakes reduce the score.
Lastly, I am concerned about the computer software that grades my analysis. I write my viewpoint. If there is a question on a proposal to have a luxury spa in a residential suburb, the answer could include my thought on market segmentation, the culture of the people and the competition in the area. Another person may have totally different points. I can't imagine how a software could grade an analysis. My concern is that the software should not lower grade of my analysis.
May I request the experts and my fellow study colleagues to share their thoughts.