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New post 18 Feb 2005, 00:29
Folks.......

We have been mostly discussing on SC, CR and RC (in rare cases), but at the same time we are missing discussions on Gmat essays. Would not it be useful to discuss on the essays topics?

we can add some valuable points on issues and arguments topics. We can also raise some points in favor or against the particular issue. Similarly we can also discuss about how to weaken or support a given argument.

seek your suggestion and comments.

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New post 18 Feb 2005, 02:35
I think it is a good point actually. I have been trying to launch that in January but no response. what do facilitator think?

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New post 18 Feb 2005, 06:19
For the argument part, doing many CR definitely does help you in tearing apart an argument. The issue part is a bit more difficult but for both AWAs, I would suggest you to stick to OG/PR templates as the safest bet to get a high score.
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