# GMAT AWA

The AWA on the GMAT isn't just "another essay." Find out what Magoosh's experts advise and how to raise your GMAT AWA score with the analytical writing posts on these page.

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GMAT AWA essay samples are one of the best ways to learn how to get a great GMAT essay score. See how to score a 6 with these GMAT essay examples.

GMAT Essay (a.k.a GMAT AWA) Tips: How to Start Strong! The GMAT Essay, also called the GMAT Analytical Writing Assessment, or AWA, requires you to read a short argument and make a written analysis of the argument. This opening GMAT task has a 30 minute time limit. How to crack the GMAT Analytical Writing section? Well, […]

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Get to know the common flaws, so you recognize them quickly on test day!       The GMAT analytical writing prompt will typically be a weak argument.  Part of analyzing it will necessarily involve discussing its flaws.  One of the biggest and most common flaws is a faulty assumption, discussed in greater detail here: https://magoosh.com/gmat/verbal/critical-reasoning/arguments-and-assumptions-on-the-gmat/ .  […]

How do you begin the AWA? Of course, as of June, 2012, there is only one essay, the Argument essay, on the GMAT.  Suppose you are faced with the following AWA Argument prompt (this is the very last prompt listed in the OG13): The following appeared in a memorandum written by the chair of the […]

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What does GMAT analytical writing involve, and how can you ace the GMAT AWA? Magoosh's experts break down GMAT writing, including GMAT essay tips.