Are you able to identify the strengths and weaknesses of an argument?
Can you determine what additional information might make an argument easier to evaluate?
Can you create alternative, plausible explanations for the clams in an argument?
Because these skills are important for a successful career in management, the GMAT requires each test taker to complete the Analytical Writing Assessment, a timed task that reveals the writers analytical abilities and his or her facility in crafting a coherent evaluation of an argument.
The essays and prewriting activities in this book are intended to serve as models for the test taker to use when responding to practice arguments. Use them as is or to inspire yourself to create your own process. Either way, practicing for the AWA will ensure the best score possible on the test.
This book contains fifty sample Analyze an Argument essays along with the rubrics, prompts and tips to use when writing your own essays. The prewriting activities demonstrate how the writer selected a point of view and created evidence to use in developing the responses.
From the Front Cover:
a) 50 solved Argument topics with strategies to be used as a benchmark
b) Expert Strategies and simplified methods to produce focused responses
c) Scoring Guides for Argument tasks as per the GMAT Guidelines.