Hello! What would you say is the best way to study? I’d vote for studying outside so you can enjoy the serenity of nature while you prep! That’s why this week, I’m coming to you from Arroyo Seco–a stunning campground in Salinas, CA–to answer a very important GMAT essay question: should you use the […]
Plenty of students want to improve their writing, and the only real way to do so is writing, and writing a lot. But there is a catch-22 here: how do you improve your writing if you aren’t a good writer? How can you identify places to improve if you don’t know what needs improvement? How […]
Welcome to the final installment on writing your argument analysis essay. We covered the introduction and body paragraphs, and now we bring it to a close with conclusions. I’ll cover what to put in your conclusion and end with an example. Keep it Pithy As with the introduction to your essay, you should not […]
Now that we’ve discussed how to write an introduction, it is time to turn to writing a body paragraph. What follows is a layout, a map if you will, of what to do in your body paragraphs. If you include each of these pieces in two to three body paragraphs, you’ll be on track for […]
For the Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) on the GMAT, students are presented with an argument and are asked to evaluate it. Students need to break down the argument, point out weaknesses and gaps in the reasoning and examples, and suggest ways to improve the argument. All this needs to be accomplished in thirty minutes. In […]
Hello! A few weeks back, we asked all of YOU to ask us any questions you had about the GMAT, and one of you asked a question about articles! So this week, I’m sharing a strategy you can use to apply the right articles to the right context, and take your essay writing skills to […]
Hello! This week, I’ll talk through why you should pay close attention to what the AWA instructions say and how to follow them correctly for a top score. If you have any questions or thoughts on the video, comment below and I’ll respond. Enjoy!
This week, I talk about how to extract the most important information from the argument that you’ll have to write your essay about– enjoy! Let us know if you have any suggestions for future video topics, we’d love to hear your thoughts!
To start, consider these practice GMAT Sentence Correction questions. 1) The Senator’s warm recommendation of the popular Congressman seemed to many an implication that he will not see re-election to his current office. an implication that to make the implication to imply that as if implying to make implicit that 2) Five-star General John Pershing […]
See an ideal GMAT AWA essay example. In the previous post, I demonstrated some brainstorming and identified six objections to this argument. I then selected three of them as the basis of the essay that follows. This is one way to go about writing the essay. Introductory paragraph: In a memo to the president of […]