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  1. Harvard Business School
  2. Stanford Graduate School of Business
  3. The Wharton School
  4. Kellogg School of Management
  5. Sloan School of Management
  6. Booth School of Business
  7. Tuck School of Business
  8. Haas School of Business
  9. Columbia Business School
  10. Stern School of Business

Distance Learning MBA

  1. Capella University
  2. DeVry University Online
  3. Northeastern University
  4. Regis University
  5. Salem International University
  6. University of Phoenix
  7. Walden University
 

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The AWA score is reported separately and has no bearing on the all important 200-800 combined score. Once you complete your test, your essays speed out through the ETS network in two different directions. One set of essays is processed by computer software (E-rater) designed to evaluate your writing according to pre-programmed criteria. The other is emailed to a professional grader. The final step is to average all four scores (two for each essay) and round the result to the nearest half point. For non-native English speakers, scores of 4.0 are perfectly acceptable and 5.0 or better represent a superlative effort. In theory, the score and essays provide admissions committees with valuable information about your communication skills - information surely useful when comparing two candidates who are otherwise similar. The AWA essays also give admissions officers a points of reference if they doubt the authorship of a candidate's admissions essays.

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  • Separate sections on responding to Issues and Arguments question.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: Analysis of Issue

1. General Strategies
2. Essay Template
3. Timing

Chapter 3: Analysis of Argument

1. What are you expected to do?
2. Three Common Logical Fallacies
3. Essay Template
4. Timing

Chapter 4: About the E-rater

Chapter 5: Sample Responses to Real Questions

1. Analysis of Issue
2. Analysis of Argument

 


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