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AWA compilations - 109 Analysis of Argument Essays [#permalink]
03 Nov 2009, 11:22
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I am attaching compilation of 223 essays, 109 arguments and 134 issues. I am sure this will be very helpful. As it is mentioned in all the GMAT books, dont go for the languages, but the ideas must be helpful for all of us. Unfortunately i do not have time to go through all of these, but I plan to go through the ones wherein i do not a single clue what to write. I hope you guys will go through them all.
It is a zipped file, as the original was more than 1 mb. In case you are not able to get it, pls contact me on PM with your mail id so that i can mail them to you.
Happy studying (if there is anything like that...)
2 kalpeshchopada7, Thanks a lot! I was thinking about the same thing when first encountered AWA section description. However I didn't plan to go that far and write 224 essays, just the structures. Can anyone tell me what is the best way how to get ready myself for writing AWA, given that I'm not a native speaker hence I can't use all the available vocabulary and put words always judiciously. Will it be wise for me to adhere to my initial plans of making the list of AWA topics structures, according to these posted essays, and simply go through it everyday by writing one essay a day. Anyway, I won't be able to complete the list by the time I'll be taking the test. So is it wise to devote half an hour everyday to AWA, or should I better focus on Math and Verbal sections?
Thanks. This is a good resource. I don't plan on reading every single one of them, but I will go through some of them. My instructor said the most important thing is the structure. It is good to come up with a template before going in for the test. Writing as much as possible before the test.
Also, Some schools don't even look at the AWA score.
Once again I am truly amazed at the effort GMAT clubbers put into their own personal GMAT dvelopment and the genrosity in sharing the benefits of that effort. Thanks!
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