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GMAT Test Format
The AWA (Essays)
GMAT requires you to write two essays at the beginning of the test. You are given thirty minutes for each essay. Most people do NOT enjoy writing the essays and find that writing them drains them of a lot of energy that they could better use on the Verbal and Quantitative Sections of the GMAT.
First of all, you can review a list of the topics that you might see on the real here. GMAT doesn't say it, but all the topics that you might see on the test are on this list (although you never know how or when GMAT is going to change!!).
The Analysis of an Issue is the standard type of essay--you are given a topic and you have to talk about whether you agree or disagree.
The Analysis of an Argument is not a standard type of essay, but it is actually easier to write than the Analysis of an Issue, if you know what to write.
The Verbal Section
The Quantitative (Math) Section
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