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# can we use similar AWA template for second GMAT

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27 Mar 2017, 08:18
Hi There,
I'm going to take GMAT one more time.
I used my template that helped me to score 5 for AWA section.
Can I use very similar template now?

The system won't score this as a plagiarism?

Need some help from those who to took GMAT more than once.
Do you use similar template or write completely different AWA?

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27 Mar 2017, 08:51
LeonidK wrote:
Hi There,
I'm going to take GMAT one more time.
I used my template that helped me to score 5 for AWA section.
Can I use very similar template now?

The system won't score this as a plagiarism?

Need some help from those who to took GMAT more than once.
Do you use similar template or write completely different AWA?

Yes, you can use the same template for AWA section.

Even I used the same template for my exam and ended up with a same score(5).
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29 Mar 2017, 04:44
abhimahna wrote:
LeonidK wrote:
Hi There,
I'm going to take GMAT one more time.
I used my template that helped me to score 5 for AWA section.
Can I use very similar template now?

The system won't score this as a plagiarism?

Need some help from those who to took GMAT more than once.
Do you use similar template or write completely different AWA?

Yes, you can use the same template for AWA section.

Even I used the same template for my exam and ended up with a same score(5).

Thanks!
It's much easier to use the same template. This saves energy for preparation to Q or V part of the exam.
Re: can we use similar AWA template for second GMAT &nbs [#permalink] 29 Mar 2017, 04:44
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