Master the Analytical Writing Assessment

You don't have to be a great writer to get a good score, but you do need to communicate effectively

If you aren't already a literary giant, there probably isn't time between now and GMAT test day to turn yourself into one. Fortunately, that isn't a problem. The GMAT's Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) tests a very specific type of writing, and grades it in a very specific way. As long as your writing is basically sound, you can prepare yourself to earn a good score on the AWA.

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