GMAT Analytical Writing: Solutions to the Real Argument Topics


Vibrant Publishers has come up with a rather amazing book here - a stern but able to be mastered study on how to analyze an argument for the Graduate Management Admissions Council test. This reader was not aware that there was even a resource for preparing students who are applying to business or management programs, but after reading this guide there is so much useful information here that everyone involved in management or who is running a business should take advantage of and to know to make their roles successful.

The book is divided into four sections: Analytical Writing Assessment (evaluating posed questions, finding the core of the question, and responding appropriately), Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative, and Verbal. In a uniform manner each section begins with a sample question with examples of responses included that gradually mold the mind to think in terms of what the question is really asking. The driver here is to develop a sense of creating a defensible and thoroughly prepared argument while at the same time being able to analyze the strengths and weaknesses of the argument presented. There are time factors involved - specific amounts of time to write and essay response - and at each level the reader's accomplishments to date are evaluated.

In all there are fifty sample Analyze an Argument essays with all the before, during and after information needed to make the student succeed in mastering this fascinating and Very Important level of preparation for the GMAT. It is tough to imagine facing the exams without the preparation this book offers.

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Date Added: 12/11/2012 by Grady Harp