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18 Jun 2008, 15:28
I would strongly suggest you do a search for ChineseBurned's template for AWA. I studied that for about an hour along with the template from the Princeton Review book. That was enough!! And I honestly believe it will be enough for anyone. As long as you have a good structure to your essay, write a lot and use some of the key words, you will definitely get above a 5. You can almost write anything (god knows I wrote every stupid idea that came to my mind to fill in the space) Got a 6 on my AWA.

Once again, IMHO do not waste time on the AWA. Especially if you are a native speaker or can write decently, it really should not be a focus in your preparation.
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19 Jun 2008, 12:57
I scored a 6. It's is easy. Just use the template.
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19 Jun 2008, 13:09
I agree with the above. If you are a native english speaker there should be no problem getting a 6. Use the template, write a lot of words, use keywords (Moreover, Alternatively, Furthermore) , write 4 paragraphs, use examples for issue essay, even if they seem to be abstract.

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