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GMAT Tuesday: Common AWA Flaws – Vague Words

The Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) for the GMAT can catch you off guard if you aren’t ready. If you aren’t familiar with the structure of arguments or you are familiar with common argument flaws, you may find yourself stressed and wasting time on test day.

In this video, we’ll look at vague words and how they lead to weak conclusions. I’ll talk about how to identify these words and what to do when you see them.

We look at an example prompt, which you can find in the PDF of sample prompts on the website. Here’s a link to the page where you can download the example prompts.

Check out this week’s board:
Common Flaws in GMAT AWA Vague Words

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