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21 Dec 2002, 07:29
I've been preparing a few points for each of the Titles on the Analysis of an Issue section, so far I've prepared ideas for 50% of the "Issue" essay titles. Would anyone be willing to share or swop work that they have completed on the Analysis of the Issue essays?

Also can anyone recommend a good book that teaches American-English grammar with a focus on punctuation, co-ordinators, subordinators, conjunctions and exercises to practise????

I've found the official LSAT and GRE exams very useful to study for the RC, RC and Maths sections.

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21 Dec 2002, 09:05
Val Bowski wrote:
I've been preparing a few points for each of the Titles on the Analysis of an Issue section, so far I've prepared ideas for 50% of the "Issue" essay titles. Would anyone be willing to share or swop work that they have completed on the Analysis of the Issue essays?

Also can anyone recommend a good book that teaches American-English grammar with a focus on punctuation, co-ordinators, subordinators, conjunctions and exercises to practise????

I've found the official LSAT and GRE exams very useful to study for the RC, RC and Maths sections.

Val, currently I and another person are working on the essays. We are trying to create a database of all the essays out there. We have quite a few. You can can check out the current database at this link: http://www.chudnovsky.org/mba/awa

You may want to post a few of your own in that database, this way more essays will be available out there...

A good book on conjunctions etc is pretty much almost any writing handbook. I used Little Borwn handbook for writing, there is also Allan and Bacon and about a thousand more. Any University will have a few dozzen kinds of those and almost any library will too (assuming you are in an English speaking country). However, British stuff may be very different.
Buying a new handbook may be expensive - it may well end up as one of the most expensive of your books. Maybe somebody else will have another suggestions.

Good luck Val.

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