دوره GRE Test- Practice & Study Guide ، فصل 12 : GRE Analytical Writing- Writing Stronger Sentences

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Review the elements of writing stronger sentences to prepare for the Graduate Record Exam (GRE). Video lessons and quizzes incorporate concepts used in the GRE's analytical writing section in a simple and clear manner.

GRE Analytical Writing: Writing Stronger Sentences - Chapter Summary

Use our GRE practice lessons to learn how to strengthen your sentence-writing skills in preparation for the analytical writing section of the test. Video lessons on writing stronger sentences teach about:

Sentence structure

Types of sentences

Sentence construction errors

Parallelism

This chapter’s lessons incorporate information about different kinds of sentences, and it also shows how to adjust your writing according with specific considerations, like audience and tone. Corresponding quizzes give you the opportunity to test your comprehension of the subject matter. The brief, focused nature of these videos can help you learn a variety of subjects in bite-sized segments to support your GRE success.

GRE Analytical Writing Objectives

The GRE is a test meant to determine students’ readiness for business or graduate school. The analytical writing section of the GRE accounts for around 30% of the total exam and encompasses a pair of timed writing tasks. Our tutorials on writing stronger sentences can help you refine your writing capacities and lead to success on the GRE. Particular subjects covered in these lessons are:

Understanding and enhancing sentence structure

Knowing sentence types and discerning which kind to use

Attuning to audience, purpose, and appropriate tone in writing

Employing parallelism in sentence construction

Avoiding and correcting mixed-structure sentences

In the GRE’s analytical writing section, students are given a position prompt and asked to provide evidence supporting their perspective in favor of or opposition to it. In addition, a second prompt requires students to compose an essay analyzing the strength of a presented argument. Students are allowed 30 minutes to complete each task.

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