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Hi I have been preparing for my GMAT exam which is on 29th June 2013. As i was searching for some AWA template I found one of the template which might help everyone for AWA. The below template can be used for any type of question for AWA. In case anyone has a better template do share and if you like the post please provide some kudos :-D .

In the preceding statement, the author claims that paraphrase of the author's argument. Though his claim may well have merit, the author presents a poorly reasoned argument, based on several questionable premises and assumptions, and based solely on the evidence the author offers, we cannot accept his argument as valid.

The primary issue with the author's reasoning lies in his unsubstantiated premises. Attack premise/s . The author's premises, the basis for his argument, lack any legitimate evidentiary support and render his conclusion unacceptable.

In addition, the author makes several assumptions that remain unproven. Attack assumptions. ( one way to attack the assumptions - What if assumption wasn’t true?) The author weakens his argument by making assumptions and failing to provide explication of the links between X and Y he assumes exists.

While the author does have several key issues in his argument's premises and assumptions, that is not to say that the entire argument is without base. Provide examples how author can strengthen the argument. Though there are several issues with the author's reasoning at present, with research and clarification, he could improve his argument significantly.

In sum, the author's illogical argument is based on unsupported premises and unsubstantiated assumptions that render his conclusion invalid. . Paraphrase main point of 2nd , 3rd and 4th paragraph. If the author truly hopes to change his readers' minds on the issue, he would have to largely restructure his argument, fix the flaws in his logic, clearly explicate his assumptions, and provide evidentiary support. Without these things, his poorly reasoned argument will likely convince few people.
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