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Joined: 11 Jan 2012
Posts: 13

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Concentration: Entrepreneurship, Economics
Schools: Thunderbird '15
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New post 13 Jan 2012, 00:26
To write the analysis of an issue prompt, I am using a standard 5 paragraph template. If I add a rebuttal paragraph, then I would have 6 total paragraphs, which is a lot of work. I was thinking about changing the third body paragraph into a rebuttal one so that the format is:

1. Intro
2. Point 1
3. Point 2
4. Rebuttal
5. Conclusion

My concern with this set-up is that I don't have enough points because I changed one into a rebuttal.

Not sure how this will look though. Any experience from those with scores of 6 on the AWA? What do you think?

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