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    <span style=”font-weight: 400;”>This article focuses on the GMAT and its essays, two essays for the Analytical Writing Assessment that are graded as a whole. It is possible to name a few invariable attributes that all </span>canadian writings review reddit<span style=”font-weight: 400;”> for a high score possess and should strive for. The following are the five common components of the most successful (level 5 and 6) essays on the test.  </span>
    <h2><span style=”font-weight: 400;”>Length </span></h2>
    <span style=”font-weight: 400;”>One of the most consistent patterns of successful essays is the relationship between score and length. As your grade declines, you may see shorter or shorter papers altogether. You can see this directly in the GMAT Official Guide(GMAT Official Guide). The sample essays it provides for grade levels 6, 4, 2 for the Analytical Writing Assessment section become shorter and shorter as you read. Interpret this kind of ratio with a degree of caution, however. In fact, long essays are no better for their shorter counterparts. There is no point or practical value in repeating the same thought to fill an essay or using a huge number of words to describe simple things. The most important thing is to be thorough. High grade essays describe a topic thoroughly, and that requires a certain length. Regardless of your ability or genius, you can’t write an essay without thinking in depth in, say, at least two or three paragraphs. So open up as much as you can and present worthwhile reflections. Characterize the topic as comprehensively as your time limit of half an hour will allow you.    </span>
    <h2><span style=”font-weight: 400;”>Organization </span></h2>
    <span style=”font-weight: 400;”>It’s always great to make the reader’s job easier. Successful essays achieve this with proper organization because they are often very properly constructed in two ways-one slightly superficial (but still important) and the other more in-depth. The superficial element of organization is the use of basic structural features such as an introduction, main body, and conclusion. In general, essays for high grades should not be attributed to particularly long and chaotic works, where there is a continuous flow of thoughts. There should be a clear introduction, which introduces the topic of discussion and presents what the author thinks about it; the main part, which supports the author’s point of view; and the conclusion, which summarizes what has been said.  The second, more profound, element of organization is the logical sequence of thought. A successful essay is characterized by a smooth transition from one paragraph to the next, and thoughts are arranged in ascending logical progression. Examples are given in order of argument and do not seem haphazard. The text has a clear beginning, middle, and end, not just interchangeable thoughts “glued” together. Try to get your thoughts together first, then build those ideas into well-organized paragraphs. </span>
    <h2><span style=”font-weight: 400;”>Competent and error-free writing. </span></h2>
    <span style=”font-weight: 400;”>This is an essay, after all, and how well you write it determines your grade. However, it is less important than many people dare assume. This section is called the Analytical Writing Assessment, but the emphasis is more on the analytical part than the writing part. The GMAT test tests your thinking skills, not your writing, so don’t worry too much about your rhetorical skills, sense of pace, or syllable euphony as your sentences reach your readers’ ears. Most successful essays don’t stand up to criticism in this regard and have to put up with their mundanity. Of course, try as hard as you can, but don’t waste time on significant rewrites. Simplicity is the key to success if you avoid mistakes. </span>
    <h2><span style=”font-weight: 400;”>Particular and pertinent examples </span></h2>
    <span style=”font-weight: 400;”>Abstraction and generalization ruin a real piece of writing at the root. Successful essays earn their points with specific, highly detailed and skillfully chosen examples that illustrate the author’s thoughts. It’s very easy to make assertions, but it’s worth adding a few examples to lend credibility to them, otherwise it’s akin to baseless conversation. Whether you are defending your point of view in an Issue Essay or protesting an unconvincing Argument Essay claim, you should present relevant examples to get your point across, not lengthy summaries of abstractions.  However, the way you present examples is also important. A major mistake that is uncharacteristic of an excellent essay is over-detailing the example itself without properly explaining how this example supports your point. Remember that the example is not an end in itself, but a way to reinforce your point. Thus, provide moderate detail that will help the reader understand how it aligns with your position.  </span>

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